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if you can post a pic of a single leaf, i can tell you. i have a 50' in the yard, 100+ yrs old. flowers in spring in a red and white clusters in a xmas tree shape that turn into chestnuts later
 

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I found it on the river and wont be back for awhile. Would you say it has to be one of three: horsechestnut buckeye or..... Can't remember the other right off but isn't there only a few that produce the spiked nut?
 

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Hard for me to tell from that picture what it is but it isn't a horse chestnut for sure.
 

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Hard for me to tell from that picture what it is but it isn't a horse chestnut for sure.
I agree- wrong leaf and seed pod for horse chestnut.
 

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Is it a chestnut of any kind? Sweet maybe? I can't find anything that looks like this one. I don't think it was toothed leaves.
 
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