Aesculus parviflora Bottle-Brush Buckeye 1g

$12.00
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Aesculus parviflora (Bottle-Brush Buckeye) large shrub with white bottle-brush shaped summer flowers; great for butterflies; a must for every garden! Naturally occurs in parts of Alabama and western Georgia, but does well in partial shade in Zones 5-8.

1gallon available

Reviews

  • 5
    Aesculus parviflora

    Posted by Leigh Laclair on 20th May 2021

    Shipping and delivery notification was spot on. Plants were very well packaged in sustainable materials. They arrived strongly rooted, in excellent condition and potted up nicely upon arrival. Thank You!

  • 5
    Bottle brush buckeye

    Posted by Beverly Ferreiro on 13th Oct 2020

    Nice plant arrived in perfect condition. I’d order from this nursery again. Nice personal note inside package from this small business

  • 5
    Bottle Brush Buckeye Bushes

    Posted by Jessica on 6th Oct 2020

    The bushes showed up healthy looking and well packaged with damp dirt. They seem to be doing well after their journey. I have planted them and hopefully they will be happy in their new home.

  • 5
    bottlebrush buckeye

    Posted by Linda Stengle on 3rd Jun 2020

    Service was great, and the plants arrived in great condition. thanks so much!

  • 5
    Great Christmas present

    Posted by John on 25th Dec 2019

    I ordered this along with three other plants for a Christmas gift. The plant all look great, and this buckeye has fat buds that look ready for springtime.

  • 5
    Aesculus parviflora

    Posted by Ruth Kranz-Carl on 19th Nov 2019

    Arrived well packaged, soil still damp. Good instructions on-line. I planted it the next day. Waiting for spring to see some green!

  • 5
    Mail Order Natives

    Posted by Lynn on 7th Nov 2019

    Wow! Great job packing my tree and keeping me updated on delivery! I'll be ordering again!

  • 5
    bottlebrush buckeye

    Posted by jerry popeck on 25th Sep 2019

    Delivered in great condition.

  • 4
    specimen size as expected

    Posted by Randi Carlson on 12th Sep 2016

    is very healthy at the end of it's first year