Chinquapin (Castanea pumila) with Fruit

Buck Springs – Ken Borgfeldt

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4 Responses to Chinquapin (Castanea pumila) with Fruit

  1. Ed says:

    Thanks. I have found your website and will email. Asheville is 550+ one-way miles from home, lol.


    • WCBC says:

      Well Ed, Our last field trip of 2017 is at the end of October. If you make it here before then, we’d be happy to see you. Otherwise, you’d better wait until Spring. Just let us know when you’ll be over in the Henderson or Transylvania County area and we’ll send you a list of trips.


  2. Ed says:

    So nice to see wild Castanea pumila. Would really enjoy a visit to the area sometime to see some.


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