The tree species Aesculus glabra is commonly known as Ohio buckeye,
American buckeye, or fetid buckeye. Glabra is one of 13–19 species of Aesculus
May 15, 2015 ... As a yard tree, the Ohio buckeye has pros — like its springtime flowers, shown
here — and cons, say Ohio State experts. (H. Zell (own work) ...
The buckeye tree is the state tree of Ohio, but it is also found throughout the
Mississippi Valley, Nashville Basin and scattered throughout the South.
There are six species of buckeye trees native to the United States. Leaves in the
shape of an outstretched hand, clusters of flowers, and a nut resembling a male ...
Facts About the Buckeye Tree. Buckeyes (Aesculus spp.) are deciduous trees
with hand-shaped leaves and “eyed” seeds once carried by children as good
Buckeye. Buckeyes are distinctive trees, known for their early spring flowers and
for the seeds that have inspired the name of this unique family of trees.
Ohio buckeye (Aesculus glabra) was designated the official state tree of Ohio in
1953. Buckeye trees are fairly common in Ohio; state nickname is The Buckeye ...
Offers brief facts, including characteristics of leaf and fruit. Includes photos.
In 1953, the Ohio legislature designated the Ohio Buckeye, Aesculus glabra, as
Ohio's official state tree. The tree is called the buckeye because its nuts ...
Ohio Buckeye (Aesculus glabra) ... Ohio buckeye is a medium-sized tree,
reaching heights of 40 - 60 feet, with a relatively short trunk about ... Interesting