Sometimes called Chinese or Indian Chestnut, or Indica. I have a half-acre suburbanish lot but still want to grow chestnuts! Stunning rare tree. - Jerry Holkins. Need help with mini fruit tree forest idea please. Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes; art is knowing which ones to keep. Dwarf Chestnut Trees Aesculus indica 'Sydney Pearce' £65.00 An unusual and rare dwarf chestnut with emerging bronzy-red leaves and a glorious array of stunning pink and yellow flowers in April to May Hardy, this tree can be kept in a pot and likes sun or partial shade. Seems like a good option for me. Yes, the folks working on preserving the Ozark chinquapin seem great (though I doubt they'd welcome my idea of crossing it). Canberra Permaculture - My Blog - Wild Cheesemaking - Aquaponics - Korean Natural Farming, A Habitation: essays on permaculture and faith, 'Theoretically this level of creeping Orwellian dynamics should ramp up our awareness, but what happens instead is that each alert becomes less and less effective because we're incredibly stupid.' Have you seen this site? Have you thought about a restrictive pruning regime applied to a standard chestnut? Are they just as good as the chinese/european varieties? Castanea pumila, commonly known as the Allegheny chinquapin, American chinquapin (from the Powhatan) or dwarf chestnut, is a species of chestnut native to the southeastern United States. They are working on resistance. Anyone know where I can order one? Will grow to approx 5M in 10-15 years. The native range is from Maryland and extreme southern New Jersey and southeast Pennsylvania south to central Florida, west to eastern Texas, and north to southern Missouri and Kentucky . I wish somebody in the Ozarks would try a similar cross with the Ozark chinquapin. Keep this tiny ad: Rocket Mass Heater Plans - now free for a while, current server time (not your local time) is. Oikos Tree Crops carries a hybrid of Chinese chestnut and Allegheny chinquapin / chinkapin that sounds fairly dwarfing. Location: Reeds Spring, MO; zone 6b Ozarks. I’ve had two die. I have a half-acre suburbanish lot but still want to grow chestnuts! Oikos Tree Crops carries a hybrid of Chinese chestnut and Allegheny chinquapin / chinkapin that sounds fairly dwarfing. I need one of these. In the absence of my dream Chinese chestnut x Ozark chinquapin cross, I guess I'll have to give those Korean chestnuts a look. I'm tempted! I wish somebody in the Ozarks would try a similar cross with the Ozark chinquapin. It needs a pollinator fast. I'm kind of always looking for the same thing. this forum made possible by our volunteer staff, including ... Ah yes the korean chestnut. I have a seedling Chinese chestnut about ten years old. The Ozark chinquapin is also taller than the Allegheny, so it's possible a cross wouldn't be that dwarfing, anyway. This Google go-round, I'm seeing lots of references to "Anny's Summer Red" which looks like a European-style chestnut. The European sellers are saying it will top out at 2-3 meters high, while the American ones suggest 4-6. Glorious pink young foliage in spring, followed by open creamy white/pink large chestnut flowers and black conkers in autumn.

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