DVK dvank at
Fri Dec 3 14:05:17 EST 1999

Horsechestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum Linnaeus) is actually more closely related
to the Ohio Buckeye than the American Chestnut.

According to "Michigan Trees":    Fruit: . . .bitter, not edible, potentially

I recall from memory other sources indicating poisioning of certain livestock
(?) . . .  Sorry for the bad news about the nuts, but there may be hope for the


Christopher Erickson wrote:

> I have a Horse chestnut tree on my property. How does this fit into the
> American-Chinese chestnut family and is there any commercial value? The tree
> is about 50 years old.

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