European chestnut


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Related to European chestnut: Chinese chestnut, chestnut tree, sweet chestnut
  • noun

Synonyms for European chestnut

wild or cultivated throughout southern Europe, northwestern Africa and southwestern Asia

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For him, a genuine stag horn walking cane: a one-of-a-kind horn on a European chestnut shaft and a scrolled silver ring accent can be customized with personal dimensions.
Enclosed are data supporting the determination of the tree to be a European chestnut.
Based on preliminary assessment by experts and customers, the new cultivar chestnuts are of similar quality with European chestnuts.
There is a lot of incompatibility, which retards spreading; also, European chestnuts probably have a little more natural resistance than American chestnuts, which allows the hypoviruses to work more easily there.
Dietary triggers may include bananas, avocados, kiwi fruit, and European chestnuts.
It answers the interesting questions you won't find elsewhere--such as how trees got their common names, or why you should know the difference between American and European Chestnuts.
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