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Buckeye trees come under the Aesculus genus of the soapberry family (Sapindaceae).
There are many species of Buckeye trees, which grow all over the United States and Canada. There are even some species of buckeye native to Northern India.
For their attractive candelabra-like flower clusters, a variety of buckeye species are prized as ornamental trees, known for their resemblance to deer's eye and their sticky buds.
Aesculus glabra, sometimes known as Ohio buckeye, or fetid buckeye, is a North American tree belonging to the soapberry family (Sapindaceae).
Buckeye leaves are palmately compound, with five long and broad 3.1–6.3 in (8–16 cm) leaves.
The natural distribution of the Ohio buckeye tree (Aesculus glabra), also known as Texas buckeye, is mostly in the Midwest and lower Great Plains of the United States, spreading southeast into Alabama and Mississippi's geological Black Belt.
Read about the life span of the buckeye tree-
The soft, light Ohio buckeye wood makes it unsuitable for use as a lumber tree.
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