The horse chestnut, the pawpaw, the grape, and the willow are in bloom.
Then the tree is a buckeye or a horse chestnut—members of the buckeye family.
The tree is seldom planted, but the horse chestnut, a foreign species, takes its place.
She began by turning him over with a little stick, as if he were a horse chestnut.
A lump as large as a horse chestnut had risen on the stout girl's head.
In addition to the butternut and black walnut, we have made a complete success of the horse chestnut.
As an avenue tree, the horse chestnut has few, if any, superiors.
Why is the horse chestnut, though containing a great quantity of starch, unfit for food?
The flowers nod gracefully on their stems—a thing the horse chestnut flowers are unable to do.
The Red-flowered horse chestnut (Æsculus carnea) is a smaller and less vigorous tree.