Aesculus glabra Willd., Enum. Pl. 405 1809. (syn: Aesculus carnea P. Watson (ambiguous synonym); Aesculus echinata Muhl.; Aesculus glabra var. leucodermis Sarg.; Aesculus glabra var. micrantha Sarg.; Aesculus glabra var. monticola Sarg.; Aesculus glabra f. pallida (Willd.) Fernald; Aesculus glabra var. sargentii Rehder; Aesculus ohioensis Michx.; Aesculus pallida Willd.; Aesculus rosea Loudon; Aesculus rubella Wender.; Aesculus watsoniana D. Dietr.; Hippocastanum carneum (P. Wats.) Rafin.; Isypus ochraceus Rafin.; Nebropsis glabra (Willd.) Rafin.; Nebropsis pallida (Willd.) Rafin.; Ozotis trifoliata Rafin.; Pavia carnea (P. Wats.) Spach; Pavia glabra (Willd.) Spach; Pavia ohioensis Michx. fil.; Pavia pallida (Willd.) Spach; Pavia watsoniana (D. Dietr.) Spach; Pavonia pallida (Willd.) Kuntze; Pawia glabra (Willd.) Kuntze; Pawia pallida (Willd.) Kuntze);            

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Aesculus Species : New Jersey : 16OCT19 : AK-25 : 11 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)

A medium tree seen in New Jersey with thorny green fruits.

Seems to be Aesculus Species to me.
Pictures were taken end of June, 17.
Unfortunately, there were no flowers.

Aesculus glabra Willd. ??

Thanks for the suggested id.
On searching, I had also come to the same id. 

likely yes but I want to see more pictures of the leaves

esp in absence of the typical inflorescence and flowers and tree trunk



I could locate this picture after going through my folders.

Hope it helps.
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that’s more like it. yes. do you ever take the whole tree photo. if not. may be its time for you to take the next step

Thanks … There seems to be two Aesculus Species around New Jersey.

Aesculus glabra and Aesculus hippocastanum.
The entire tree was not visible.
It was in someone’s garden while passing by, and with other plants below, only the top portion was visible from a distance.

yes what you have is buckeye tree. other one is what call the horse chestnut