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A small retail seller of cigars.
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Earlier this month the Scottish Conker Championships were cancelled due to a lack of conkers, with organisers saying many horse chestnut trees were bare or A MINER CRISIS: leaf miner moth partly to blame for conker shortage only had very small conkers which wouldn't fare well in the competition.
With this, virtually the whole leaf surface turns brown whereas the horse chestnut look more like marginal browning due to drought.
We can only hope that, although our beloved Horse Chestnut is not a British native, these invaders from other countries do not destroy one of our favourite trees!!
One third of participants knew that an acorn comes from an oak, but only 38 per cent were aware that conkers come from horse chestnut trees.
The horse chestnut tree which had stood on the Caernarfon Maes for a century (left) has suddenly been cut down (right) after a Gwynedd Council tree specialist decided it posed a danger to the public
Horse chestnut seed extract demonstrates impressive efficacy in relieving the symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency, effectively reducing leg volume, alleviating leg pain, improving edema, and averting itching.
The event was the brainchild of Grace Kearney, who saw potential in the 52 horse chestnut trees that surround the village green.
The Forestry Commission says infestations of the larvae of the horse chestnut leaf miner moth are spreading from the south of England.
Now Professor Hugh Evans, who leads the project for Forest Research in Wales, says the horse chestnut tree itself is in jeopardy because the leaf miner bug disfigures horse chestnut tree leaves as it feeds by "mining" inside them, causing the leaves to go brown in mid or late summer.
A 770-YEAR-OLD oak and a horse chestnut on the A5, are among the nominations in a hunt to find Wales's favourite tree.
The common horse chestnut, Aesculus hippocastanum, is a such a majestic tree.
Understandable, then, that families in Weymoor Road, Harborne, should be angry that Birmingham City Council has begun chopping down 30 horse chestnut trees.