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April Gold Chestnut

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Castanea sativa 'April Gold' is a large spreading tree with large nuts that are deep brown and sweet. • Pollination Group: need one, preferably two, other varieties nearby for good pollination • Uses: roasted, cooking • Harvest:...

Bouche de Bétizac Chestnut

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A French hybrid between Castanea sativa (European chestnut) and Castanea crenata (Japanese chestnut). It is a vigorous tree with upright growth producing large crops of big nuts that taste good and are easy to peel. Generic image...

De Coppi Marone Chestnut

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Castanea sativa 'De Coppi Marone' is a good roasting nut. Easy to peel with a rich sweet flavour. Chestnuts are harvested after they fall to the ground during autumn months Generic image  

Emerald Gem Chestnut

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Castanea sativa 'Emerald Gem' is a semi-weeping tree with prolific crops of large nuts. Trees can tolerate frost. Store harvested nuts for a few days to dry and relax before eating. • Pollination Group: need one, preferably two, other...

George Sands Chestnut

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Castanea sativa 'George Sands' is a large tree with nuts that are dark brown and sweet. • Pollination Group: need one, preferably two, other varieties nearby for good pollination • Uses: roasted, cooking • Harvest: when...

Morena Chestnut

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Castanea sativa 'Morena' - a medium, dark-skinned nut. Vigorous growing and a regular cropper Generic image  

Purton's Pride Chestnut

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Castanea sativa 'Purton's Pride' is also called Emerald Gem. Purton's Pride is good mid-season variety for peeling and serving whole in a sauce or as a vegetable accompaniment. Can be roasted.Chestnuts are harvested after they fall to the ground...

Red Spanish Chestnut

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Castanea sativa 'Red Spanish' produces very large nuts. Does not require pruning. Is an easy peel variety best boiled rather than roasted. Chestnuts are harvested after they fall to the ground during autumn months Generic image

Seedling Chestnut

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The European or Sweet Chestnut (Castanea sativa)is native to Eurasia and northern Africa. With good soil and suitable rainfall it can reach 30m tall. The nuts are used for human consumption or as feed for livestock or milled into flour. The European...

Wandiligong Wonder Chestnut

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Castanea sativa 'Wandiligong Wonder' was developed in north eastern Victoria and has great flavoured nuts. The nuts can be roasted or cooked. • Pollination Group: need one, preferably two, other varieties nearby for good pollination •...