What Are the Different Types of Buckeye Trees?


Growing wild from the central Midwest southward to states like Arkansas and Mississippi, Ohio buckeye, Aesculus glabra, develops between 20 and 40 feet. It has five leaflets on each leaf, with the dark green colors going to shades of yellow in fall.
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Buckeye chestnuts and "conkers, the nuts from horse chestnut trees, are
I'd check around to see if the husks are still on the ground - buckeyes (or horse chestnuts) come in husks that look like big, green morning-stars or maces, with evenly spaced spikes
ANSWER: Because the seeds have an iris shaped spot on them making them resemble the eyes of a deer.
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