Yellow Buckeye

Name Yellow Buckeye (Aesculus octandra)
Type Hardwood.
Other Names Also known as buckeye.
Sources Grows in eastern to central United States.
Appearance Generally straight grained with an even texture. Creamy or yellowish white heartwood and white sapwood.
Physical Props Light, soft, weak, and low in shock resistance and decay resistance.
Working Props Easily worked by hand tools but machines only fairly.
Uses Applications similar to those of aspen, basswood, and yellow-poplar which include furniture, boxes, crates, food containers, drawing boards, plaques, trunks, casks, miscellaneous woodenware, and novelties.
Comments Often sold with other woods.