Aesculus flava (octandra) (Yellow Buckeye)
The Yellow Buckeye is a large deciduous tree that can reach heights of up to 70 feet. It has an oval shape and is known for its distinctive yellow flowers. The tree gets its common name from the large buckeye nuts that it produces, which are toxic to humans but a food source for wildlife. Yellow Buckeyes thrive in moist, well-drained soils and are typically found in hardwood forests.
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Up to 70 feet High and Unknown Spread
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