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Buckeye Trees in Florida

Discussion in 'Open Discussion (Work-safe)' started by LoKyBuckeye, Aug 8, 2004.

  1. LoKyBuckeye

    LoKyBuckeye I give up. This board is too hard to understand. Staff Member

    I'm leaving for Florida in the morning so I have my truck packed. The last thing I will put in are my two buckeye tree seedlings. Anyone know if they will grow in Florida? I plan on keeping them in a pot until they get big but I don't know if they will grow in the Florida soil. Anyone have experience??
     
  2. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

    I hear Coral Gables is an excellent place to plant them
     
  3. LoKyBuckeye

    LoKyBuckeye I give up. This board is too hard to understand. Staff Member

  4. BuckeyeNation27

    BuckeyeNation27 Goal Goal USA! Staff Member

    i dont think they grow that far south. i remember a post over at bucknuts that had a nice link to a site where you could buy seeds and told how to care for them. i dont think they grow in the heat down there.
     
  5. Ex-Wolverine

    Ex-Wolverine Newbie

    They grow in Phoenix, AZ and Albuquerque, NM.

    Those two places have the opposite climate to Ohio. Hot and dry, as opposed to cold and humid...
     
  6. coastalbuck

    coastalbuck And this one belongs to the Reds! Staff Member

    I have a small (4 ft. or so) on in my back yard here in South Carolina. There are native buckeye trees here, but they are more shrub like than at home. They do produce buckeyes though, and can be trained in to tree form. :biggrin:
     

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