A stately specimen that forms a spreading, mounded shrub with tall, pyramidal spikes of white flowers in July. Extremely handsome lawn specimen. Shade tolerant. Native to southeastern U.S.
AESCULUS parviflora – Bottlebrush Buckeye
A stately specimen that forms a spreading, mounded shrub with tall, pyramidal spikes of white flowers in June to July. The foliage turns to a yellow in autumn. Extremely handsome lawn specimen perfect for shrub border, hedge screen or woodland areas. Native to southeastern U.S.
Sun: Part Shade/Full Shade
Soil: Average, Moist, Well-drained
Size: Height 8-12ft., Width 8-15ft.
Flower: White with Red Anthers
Bloom Time: June to July
Attributes: Low Maintenance, Great Fall Color, Attracts Butterflies, Winter Hardy, Tolerant to Deer, Rabbits, Erosion and Wet Soil