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Aesculus glabra
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Plant Type: Deciduous Trees

One of the first trees to leaf out in spring, Ohio Buckeye has a short trunk with low branching, creating an oval to rounded canopy. Very dense with branches bending down low to the ground and arching back up at the ends. The palmately compound leaves of this tree are unusual and attractive, especially in the autumn when the fall color is a range of yellows, oranges and reds. Greenish-yellow flowers are produced on large panicles in spring followed by large light brown fruit capsules. A good tree for parks, large areas and wild or natural settings.

 


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Flower Color

Greenish-yellow flowers

Foliage Color

Plant Spread

30-55 ft. wide 25-45 ft. high

Good Companions

Plant Height

N/A

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Hardness Zone

3-7

Soil Moisture


Characteristics & Attributes

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