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… Full Answer
The Chestnut Blight seems to Originate from Asia because when the Asian Chestnut trees were discovered to have Chestnut Blight infections in Long Island Sound. Some Chinese and Japanese trees had it too and both places are located in Asia… Full Answer
In horses liver chestnut is a type of chestnut. So chestnut to chestnut will produce a chestnut foal. The actual shade of chestnut will be controlled by underlying factors that are not well understood.
Yes there is, a horse chestnut is somethin on the inside of their legs that when they where inside their mothers stomach they where connected, then when they where born the chestnut spit apart so they could walk. And a… Full Answer
Here are some plants that are grown in water and eaten as food: Bulrush, Cattail Chinese Water Chestnut Indian Lotus Taro Rice Watercress Water Chestnut Water Spinach Water Mimosa Water Pepper Wild Rice
Sorrel and Chestnut are genetically the exact same color. It is nothing more than a difference of terminology. 1. In most English riding circles Sorrel refers to a chestnut horse with a flaxen (blonde) mane and tail. While chestnut is… Full Answer