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Oi! You! Yes you with the wooly coat and high heels. Stop playing with your conkers in public. Conkers are the fruit (well, nut actually) of the Horse Chestnut tree. Like other fruits they will differ in size according to the ammount of water and nutrients available.
Those are cool seeds do they dry hard .. are they poison...I have never heard of a Horse chestnut tree! Very cool!They look a bit like wild cu CUM bers? LOL....Stop playing with those babies right now you naughty Sheepy! LOL
I used the term 'fruit' losely.The green spiny shell of the tree usually conatins two seeds (conkers) which I am sure are classified as nuts. Pop one in a pot, and you will have your own personal supply of conkers. Though it might take a while before you reap the benefits of your cultivation.Karen Yes, unlike the Sweet Chestnut, these are toxic. BTW the Horse and Sweet chestnut are not related.