Aesculus pavia Red Buckeye

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Aesculus pavia (Red Buckeye) 10-20ft in landscape; long red flower spikes appear in spring are attractive to hummingbirds.

Zone 5-9

SIZE: 1 gallon


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    Red Buckeyes

    Posted by Kathy on Mar 28th 2024

    Received what appears to be healthy, multi-stemmed plants. Beautiful green color. Only knock is that I wish they were taller. One plant is 5 inches from soil to top; the other 8.5 inches. They are being nursed along til the weather cooperates.

  • 5
    Red buckeye

    Posted by Daniel Bailleau on Dec 7th 2022

    Excellent packaging and fast shipping , plant is healthy and in priced very well. Cant wait for. Spring for it to bloom out and. Grow.

  • 5
    Red buckeye

    Posted by Glenda on Nov 23rd 2022

    Looks healthy and well packaged. My only negative comment (and I’ve purchased many plants here) is I wish there was information on the website about sun/shade needs .

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    Red Buckeye

    Posted by Cheryl on Oct 12th 2022

    Received in very good shape, well packed. Nicely branched and budded start. Looking forward to a beautiful bush.

  • 5
    Three Red Buckeye Plants/Trees

    Posted by DON CRABTREE on May 10th 2022

    Excellent plant quality and plant jpackaging. No nursery business could do better. Also, the people are cordial.

  • 5
    Aesculus pavia red buckeye

    Posted by Bobbie May on Apr 30th 2022

    Stong and healthy. Can't wait to see it grow and bloom.

  • 5
    Well packed and quickly shipped. Knowing this a slow growing shrub, I look forward to a seeing a flourishing plant one day!

    Posted by Nancy Moats on Nov 3rd 2021


  • 5
    Red Buckeye

    Posted by Ryan on Jun 9th 2021

    Great size and healthy. Would buy again. Always great sized plants and amazing prices!

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    Red Buckeye

    Posted by John on May 12th 2021

    Healthy plants arrived, well branched for a 1 gal plant. Full root system and well packed as always. They've just been in the ground a few days and they seem to not know they were transplanted.