I suspect the answer is no but is anyone aware of a dwarf chestnut varieties besides the chinquapin? Like say a smallish Chinese hybrid variety? I don’t have a lot of room but I’d really like some chestnuts. I have maybe a 40 ft circle to plant them which is pretty tight. Hardly any websites list the size of their chestnut varieties which leads me to believe that they’re all huge. I haven’t seen any grafted on dwarfing rootstock like fruittrees.
I'm kind of always looking for the same thing. This Google go-round, I'm seeing lots of references to "Anny's Summer Red" which looks like a European-style chestnut. The European sellers are saying it will top out at 2-3 meters high, while the American ones suggest 4-6. I'm tempted!