aesculus Xmutabilis_aesculus_pavia_X_sylvatica, _stone_mountain, _north_side, _stone_mountain_park, _dekalb_county, _georgia_3, I_AMC6487
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My botanist friend Steve Bowling says all the low growing buckeyes in the middle Piedmont of Georgia are hybrids between Aesculus pavia and Aesculus sylvatica. The hybrid plants yield characteristics of both parents. For more information: plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=AEMU
Here are images of Aesculus sylvatica: www.flickr.com/photos/alan_cressler/444834216/in/set-7215...
www.flickr.com/photos/alan_cressler/444834208/in/set-7215...
And images of Aesculus pavia: www.flickr.com/photos/alan_cressler/3390637639/
www.flickr.com/photos/alan_cressler/3390636021/


title aesculus Xmutabilis aesculus pavia X sylvatica, stone mountain, north side, stone mountain park, dekalb county, georgia 3
date yyyymmdd hr:mn 2009:03:26 17:15:04
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