Flowers on a European horsechestnut, Aesculus hippocastanum, a large growing tree wild in Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, and the states of what was formerly Yugoslavia. The genus Aesculus is found across North America, Europe, India, China and Japan.
Flowers on a European horsechestnut, Aesculus hippocastanum, a large growing tree wild in Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, and the states of what was formerly Yugoslavia. The genus Aesculus is found across North America, Europe, India, China and Japan. Mark Weathington
Flowers on a European horsechestnut, Aesculus hippocastanum, a large growing tree wild in Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, and the states of what was formerly Yugoslavia. The genus Aesculus is found across North America, Europe, India, China and Japan. Mark Weathington

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