I found a chestnut tree that began growing this spring in a pile of decomposing leaf litter. It was growing in the leaves along with several other young chestnut trees. I uprooted the tree and put it in a pot because the chestnut tree is completely white! It was growing alongside normal green chestnut trees. I've been trying to find out why it's white, and most explanations lead to it having some sort of disease or fungus. However the leaves aren't fuzzy or anything, the white colour doesn't rub off, the tree is completely healthy, and the leaves, veins, and even a part of the trunk is white. Does anyone know why this chestnut tree is white?