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Ohio Buckeye

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Posted: Thu Nov 17, 2011 11:03 AM

Subject: Ohio Buckeye

Common Name: Ohio Buckeye, Hand Gernade Tree


 


Latin Name: Aesculus glabra


 


Size: Up to 45 ft.


 


Shape: Decurrent growth, Dense at the top, and similar to the Horsechestnut


 


Trunk: Trunk is straight uo to the half way point on the tree. The bark is small and can peel off by hand in small pieces.


 


Wood: The wood is very light, and not very good for firewood. It is strong and rarely cracks. The bark is light grey and brown.


 


Branches: The braches grow in waves upwards then drop normally below the attachment union then the leaves and smaller branches grow upwards for light.

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