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Aesculus flava x pavia

Sweet Buckeye, Yellow Buckeye

Sweet Buckeye (Aesculus flava x pavia) is a deciduous tree. Also known as Yellow Buckeye, it blooms in spring with small yellow and yellow-green flowers followed by small round fruits. The fruit is toxic, but can be made edible through a leaching process. This broadleaf North American native grows best in full sun and moist, sandy or loamy soil, eventually reaching as tall as 75 feet with a 35 foot spread. Sweet Buckeye is a popular landscaping choice for parks and other urban areas.

Environment

Zone_4Zone_8 4 to 8

Water_use_3Water_use_4 Average to High

Exposure_3 Full Sun

Growth Rate Moderate

Height 75' 0" (22.86 m)

Width 35' 0" (10.668 m)

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