Aesculus parviflora Walter, Fl. Carol. 128 1788. (syn: Aesculus macrostachya Michx.; Aesculus macrostachys Pers.; Macrothyrsus discolor Spach; Macrothyrsus odorata Raf.; Pavia alba Poir.; Pavia edulis Poit.; Pavia macrostachya DC.; Pavia macrostachys Loisel.; Pavia parviflora (Walt.) Rafin.; Pawia parviflora (Walt.) Kuntze);  

USA (Alabama, District of Columbia, Georgia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South
Carolina)
as per Catalogue of Life;


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Tree for ID : New Jersey : 15SEP19 : AK-01 : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6)

A small tree seen in a cultivated garden in New Jersey during my visit in June,2017.

Seems to be Aesculus Species.
Experts kindly verify.


Could be A. parviflora


Its a shrub. a buckeye… colloquially known as bottlebrush buckeye. telltale is the narrow inflorescence (unlike the horse chestnut tree we all love).
look at this Univ of Illinois Extension UTUBE, it 8 years old but very timely for our purpose
Aesculus parviflora is correct


Beautiful upload. Yes it is A. parviflora (Bottlebrush buckeye). The ID is correct. I have also seen this in Princeton (New Jersey) around & photographed.


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