The red Buckeye is one of my favorite trees. The blossoms are spectacular.
Red Buckeye seeds with leaf.
Ready to bloom
In bloom - early May
I brought my plants from Ga. to my home here in Rock Hill, SC. My only problem is how long to leave the buckeyes maturing on the bush before the squirrels get them.
Courtesy of www.ecolage.com
Close up of Red Buckeye seeds
Red Buckeye seeds with one planted,eye down and half out of the soil. I find this to be the best way
Aesculus pavia, Red Buckeye seedling, 3-15-05.
My beautiful Red Buckeye, 5 years old.
Close up of flowers. 5-2-05
Sunlight shining through.
Bark of the Aesculus pavia
The showy blossoms of the Aesculus pavia are quite lovely in early May, west KY
Red Buckeye seed planted sideways with eye partially showing.
Springtime at Brookside Gardens, Washington DC.
Brookside Gardens, Washington, June 2005.
Our Buckeye is doing well set back from a bog area with only dappled morning sun.
The flowers can be an astounding red, although seedling Aesculus pavia can vary considerably in this regard.
Emerging foliage on any Buckeye is worthy of observation. A. pavia is no exception.
Red buckeye showing flowering time coinciding with flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) in landscape, 4/30/05, Lexington KY
Red buckeye flowers showing displeasure with 22ºF cold (snow background), 4/7/07, Scott County KY
Red buckeye three year old potted seedlings in flower and setting seed, 5/7/06, Scott County KY
Red Buckeye seedling showing long tap root
Taken on family property in Huntington in Western Arkansas.
Bark of young aesculus pavia in winter
Aesculus pavia (Western Arkansas)
ROWE Arboretum, May 1 2008, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Red buckeye mature trees in full bloom, 5/07/08, Atherton High School, Louisville KY
Red buckeye displaying abundant blooms, 5/07/08, Atherton High School, Louisville KY
Red buckeye flowers against sky, 5/07/08, Atherton High School, Louisville KY
Red buckeye showing clean glossy green new spring foliage, 5/07/08, Atherton High School, Louisville KY
I dug up an amazing chunk of root for this small (2 1/2 ft tall) plant.
Two large shrubs just leafing out and beginning to bloom in se PA in a professional landscape
A lone maturing shrub blooming in May 2012 in se PA
A close-up of the foliage and flowers in May 2012 in se PA
The capsules splitting open in late September 2013 in se PA
The big orange buckeyes I picked up in late September 2013
Brookside Gardens.. Photo courtesy of Karl Gercens. Copyright Karl Gercens. Conservatory Horticulturist at Longwood Gardens. http://www.karlgercens.com/
Early May in Central Park NY