Available Autumn 2017 - Particularly desirable flowering selection of Aesculus indica which was first selected by Sidney Pearce, the Assistant Curator at the Kew Royal Botanic Gardens in 1935. Masses of very upright panicles of long, white, suffused-pink flowers with yellow markings in midsummer.
Aesculus indica 'Sidney Pearce' is an unusual tree, generally slow to grow initially and not for instant gratification but majestic once established!
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