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Aesculus glabra var. arguta
A local variety of the Ohio Buckeye native to the east-central U.S.
About This Plant
Partial shade. Deciduous with palmate leaves distinguished from Red Buckeye by having 7 to 11 leaflets. Creamy yellow flower clusters appear in spring. It prefers riparian environments.
On deeper Blackland soils, buckeye can grow to 40 ft or more, but around San Antonio, count on a smaller size. The leaves drop early.