Yellow Buckeye is a native shade tree. It is more resistant to foliar diseases than other buckeye species. The leaves are large and palmately compound. The brown fruit appears in the late spring after the tree blooms. The leaves begin to turn yellow in early fall and then fade to orange.
EXPOSURE: Full sun to partial shade
FALL COLOR: Yellow to orange
FLOWER COLOR: Yellow
BLOOM TIME: April-May
Photos by Scott Beuerlein