8 responses to “Aesculus californica”

  1. Beverley

    Aesculus californica – Z7 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths
    Aesculus californica – Z7-8 – A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Brickell, Cole, Zuk

  2. dale hinton

    Californ buckeye
    Will yield what name does imply
    Unless first you die?

  3. Rick

    There has been at least one vouchered site reported for Aesculus californica in Jackson County, Oregon (11 June 2004), about 27 miles north of the OR-CA border.

  4. Daniel Mosquin

    Thanks Rick, I had wondered if that would be the case, since it appears in Siskiyou County in California.

  5. Dave

    Are these trees summer-deciduous if grown in British Columbia, or only in California? Is anyone growing one?

  6. Hollis Marriott

    Great photo …especially the “arrangement”. this one’s a favorite for sure, and of a favorite tree too.

  7. susie

    Beautiful! I’m from Ohio and we have THE Buckeye Tree as our own, but it is nothing like your photo. Ohio State Buckeyes. so I would imagine that this is a relative to our Buckeye Tree, which I don’t know the proper botany name for it. Are the nuts similair to Ohio’s, brown with a tan top? and poisonous.

  8. Denis

    Aesculus glabra is the scientific name fo the Ohio buckeye. The nut of the pictured species tends to be larger but otherwise similar.

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