Aesculus pavia, Red Buckeye, sprouting from under the protection of a fallen tree
Aesculus pavia, Red Buckeye, flowers
Aesculus pavia, Red Buckeye, beautiful flowers
Aesculus pavia, Red Buckeye, flowering in the spring
Aesculus pavia, Red Buckeye, growth buds
Aesculus pavia, Red Buckeye, growth buds late winter
Aesculus pavia, Red Buckeye, new foliage
Aesculus pavia, Red Buckeye, mature leaves
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Aesculus pavia, Red Buckeye, is a long lived
small deciduous tree with dark green glossy
foliage.
Caddo Lake State Park, Harrison Co., Texas
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Eastern native trees
Bright red and yellow flowers of Aesculus
pavia, bloom in spring.  Like other members
of the Buckeye genus, Red Buckeye is
highly toxic.   April, Harrison Co., Texas
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Aesculus pavia flowers are 1
to 1 1/2 inches long each.  
April, Harrison Co., Texas
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Typical of the buckeye genus,
Aesculus, Red Buckeye develops large
woody seed pods in the summer.
July, Tarrant Co., Texas
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A young tree growing in the understory of a
short leaf pine and post oak forest.  Aesculus
pavia rarely grows more than 25 feet tall.
Caddo Lake State Park, Harrison Co., Texas
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Leaves of, Aesculus, Red Buckeye, grow
in whorls of 5.
April, Harrison Co., Texas
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In the spring, Red buckeye erupts with dozens
of bright red flowers.  These shrubby trees
pictured are a common under story form.
April, Harris Co., Texas
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New growth buds on Aesculus pavia.
February, Tarrant Co., Texas
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New growth buds on Aesculus pavia.
February, Tarrant Co., Texas
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New spring foliage of Aesculus pavia is a
reddish brown, turning brighter green with age.
March, Morris Co., Texas
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Red buckeye puts on a display of
many flowers and makes an attractive
small landscaping tree.
April, Harris Co., Texas
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Leaves of Red buckeye trees change
from reddish brown to green as they
age.  The stems and twigs will as well
but do so at a slower rate.
March, Morris Co., Texas
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The various spring colors of Aesculus
pavia's spring time foliage and branches.
March, Morris Co., Texas
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Aesculus pavia's leaf undersides are
lighter in color and have distinct cream
colored veins and prominent midrib.
March, Morris Co., Texas
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