The European Water Chestnut comes from Eurasia, but it is native to North America, Australia, Holland and Canada. It is a terrible nuisance because it reduces the growth of plant population below the canopy it creates, like a huge mat floating in the water. The European Water Chestnut got to the United States because a Eurasian obviously came over and let some loose! They could also have some on their boat, which they put in an American lake. That is what I have to tell you.
water chestnut is a nut
The Common Horse Chestnut , Aesculus hippocastanum, is deciduous.
One of the main differences between chestnuts and water chestnuts is that the water chestnut is not a nut. A water chestnut is an aquatic plant that grows in marshes under the water. The regular chestnut actually grows on a tree and is classified as a nut.
yes chestnut trees grow in the us in california.
(Indian water chestnut): Singhada
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The water chestnut is reproduced by an underground stem... or also known as corm.
No, the water chestnut, is a grass-like sedge grown for its edible corms.
Your cat can eat water chestnut leaves and greens if he likes them. They are not harmful but do not have any beneficial benefit for cats.
Chestnut trees belong to the same family of trees as the oak and beech trees. There are five types of species of chestnuts, European chestnut or the sweet chestnut, Asiatic chestnut which has two species the Japanese and the Chinese chestnut, the American species, and Allegheny Chickapin..
No, the edible part of the water chestnut is a tuber (much like a potato) that forms on roots of the water chestnut plant, a grasslike plant that grows in freshwater ponds, mostly in Asian countries. The unpeeled tuber resembles a chestnut, giving the plant its somewhat misleading name.
Yes, water chestnut is a root. Water chestnuts are commonly found in many Asian food dishes, as it is one of their traditional ingredients.
Chestnut is also called sorrel, especially in the southern and western US.
No, it is a stem.
from the ground
No, they can be eaten raw.
Its a stem.