Looks like a Buckeye. In your location probably an Ohio Buckeye.
yes, I provided some hives to a local college that is doing research on chestnut trees.not a basswodd they haven't bloomed yet. If it is a some sort of chestnut tree do the bee's work them?
I use Picture This on my iphone. It is very accurate on trees, plants, anything with a leaf/bloom.What is the name of the plant I’d app?
no disrespect but it's not. i have other black locust trees same size not in bloom yetBlack Locust Tree - blooming now in upstate NY
You're thinking of a catalpa which I don't think his picture is of. It looks more like a horse chestnut or buckeye.I can't remember the name of the tree, but they look like the ones that make a mess, and have long thin things that hang down after blooming, I don't think bees touch them
@johnsl yes, That's a chestnut.Can someone IS this tree? Is it a good nectar/pollen producer. It’s like 400 Ft. from my hives
I'm a horticulturist; It is Aesculus, family of the Horse Chestnut and Buckeye. The family is toxic and there have been debates forever about whether it is toxic to Bees.Can someone IS this tree? Is it a good nectar/pollen producer. It’s like 400 Ft. from my hives