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I guess that Horse Chestnut Trees are not visited by moths and spiders !!...I make this statement because I learned today that conkers are a deterrent for moths and spiders !Why is this ? Why did I read that to place conkers in your home will deter moths and spiders from visiting ?
All parts of plants in the aesculus family are potentially toxic, especially the seeds.Horse chestnut has been classified by the FDA as an unsafe herb.
Wow they look very much like filbert nuts! What do they taste like..? Perhaps they have some sort of anti-inflammatory properties or such... kind of like cumin...The spice...? I wonder?? I shall try to find out!