Good Morning. I have this Aesculus since 7 years ago. Now it measures one meter in height without counting the pot, which is large (it measures about 80 centimeters in diameter by about the same height). I am aware that it is time to plant the tree in the ground. The problem is that I live in Mallorca (Spain), in the south of the island. The sea is about 4km in a straight line. The soil is clayey, pH 7.5 seems to me, but the water drains quickly. Temperatures are around 38 degrees Celsius maximum in August (only if there is a heat wave, otherwise there are 33 degrees), and minimums of up to -1.5 degrees Celsius (only occasionally, in February). Do you think it may have any chance of survival? The climate does not worry me much because it is already used to it, but of course, it is not the same to grow a plant in a pot than in the ground ... Attached photos. The Aesculus has suffered anthracnose for three years, but it is controlled. Thank you very much.