Aesculus flava, Yellow Buckeye, bark
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Aesculus flava, Yellow Buckeye, the
second in height to only the Ohio
buckeye for mature height.  This
species can grow up to 65 feet tall.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Like all trees in the Aesculus genus,
Yellow Buckeye is extremely toxic and
should be removed from pastures.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Aesculus flava has rough, grayish
brown, flaky bark.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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