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The Bush Buckeye (Aesculus parvifolia) have blossoms that are dainty compared to the Ohio Buckeye. Bees and hornets are drawn to the long cane-like flower clusters. The nuts are small and angular compared to the big and rounded Ohio Buckeye. Bush Buckeye will grow in large, dense colonies up to 25 feet across but only 6-9 feet tall.