||Yellow Buckeye (Aesculus octandra)
||Also known as buckeye.
||Grows in eastern to central United States.
||Generally straight grained with an even texture. Creamy or yellowish white heartwood and white sapwood.
||Light, soft, weak, and low in shock resistance and decay resistance.
||Easily worked by hand tools but machines only fairly.
||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.
||Often sold with other woods.