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The Smooth Sumac Rhus glabra is a shade-intolerant pioneer on heavily disturbed sites and is particularly common along road and railroad rights-of-way. Usually in clumps of several to many individuals in a clone rarely more than 25 stems in one clone. Sumac will often be found within the first year following fire. Smooth sumac is a short-lived pioneer which reproduces clonally via root suckers. Seed production is moderately abundant and seeds are dispersed by birds. Growth is rapid. Lifespan is about 20-30 years though clones can persist for centuries. Fruit is important as winter bird food. This is an important deer browse species. It is suited to group plantings in small to large yards. It is especially useful in attracting birds to naturalized yards..
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Sumac Cutleaf Smooth Shrubs

Sumac  Cutleaf Smooth Shrubs

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The Smooth Sumac Rhus glabra Laciniata is a shade-intolerant pioneer on heavily disturbed sites and is particularly common along road and railroad rights-of-way. Usually in clumps of several to many individuals in a clone rarely more than 25 stems in one clone. Sumac will often be found within the first year following fire. Smooth sumac is a short-lived pioneer which reproduces clonally via root suckers. Seed production is moderately abundant and seeds are dispersed by birds. Growth is rapid. Lifespan is about 20-30 years though clones can persist for centuries. Fruit is important as winter bird food. This is an important deer browse species. It is suited to group plantings in small to large yards. It is especially useful in attracting birds to naturalized yards.

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Sumac Skunkbush Shrubs

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Skunkbush Sumac rhus trilobata is a native plant that has small yellow flowers in spring that produce small red fruits in late summer. The bright green foliage turns yellow orange and scarlet in the fall. This xeriscape plant has an upright ascending form that grows 3-6 feet tall and 4-5 feet wide. Skunkbush fruits which persist through fall and winter provide a food for birds and small mammals when other foods are scarce or unavailable. It may form dense thickets that provide good hiding and nesting cover for small birds and mammals. Skunkbush has been widely planted at recreation sites rest areas and roadsides. It is useful for windbreaks shelterbelts and because of the strong root development for erosion control. It is generally drought tolerant.

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Sumac Flameleaf Shrubs

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The Flameleaf Sumac Rhus copallina is a shrub or occasionally a small tree. When left alone it will often form thickets. It is widespread in open uplands along fence rows and in waste places. It is a prolific sprouter after a fire. Leaves have a winged axis and turn flame red to dark purple in the fall hence the common name. Fruit matures in late summer remaining attached into winter and is eaten by many species of birds and white-tailed deer. White-tailed deer also use it as a browse.

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Sumac Fragrant Shrubs

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The Fragrant Sumac Rhus aromatica is a small shrub most commonly encountered on limestone uplands occasionally on acidic sites. It occasionally reaches tree size. Fragrant sumac is a pioneer species establishing rapidly from seed after heavy distu

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Sumac Staghorn Shrubs

Sumac  Staghorn Shrubs

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The Staghorn Sumac Rhus typhina is the most well-known sumac. Its branches resemble deer antlers. Staghorn sumac reaches 25 feet in height at maturity with an equal spread. It is not as tolerant of poorly drained soils as other sumacs. The large dark crimson - or rarely orange to yellow - pinnate leaves of this sumac have 15-31 narrow leaflets that can be up to (6) long. The stems and fruits of Staghorn Sumac are densely hairy as in the velvet stage of a stags antlers. These colorful nonpoisonous shrubs or small trees are rhizomatous. The large clumps form bright splashes of color along forest margins road banks and fencerows and in old fields over much of the Appalachians.

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Sumac GroLow Shrubs

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The Gro-Low Sumac Rhus aromatica is a selection of Fragrant Sumac grown for its very low wide-spreading habit. This low-growing spreading perennial plant is a woody ground cover. Its foliage is dense glossy and aromatic and turns a beautiful red fall color. Gro-Low is great for mass planting and bank control. Xeriscape plant. Fragrant sumac performs best in a moist moderately fertile well-drained soil. It prefers full sun but tolerates light shade but full sun is preferable to obtain best autumn color. Gro-Low is very useful as a groundcover species. Its colorful foliage in autumn is also appreciated in many ornamental gardens.

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Sumac Cutleaf Staghorn Shrubs

Sumac  Cutleaf Staghorn Shrubs

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Cutleaf Staghorn Sumac Rhus typhina Laciniata is an attractive cutleaf plant that can be used as an accent or in mass plantings. The finely divided green foliage turns a beautiful orange and scarlet-red in fall. It forms a wide spreading shape at maturity. This xeriscape sumac cultivar is a large open spreading shrub or small tree which typically grows 18 feet tall and 12-15 in width. Fruit clusters persist through the winter providing some colorful interest and this fruit is attractive to wildlife. Cutleaf Staghorn has no serious insect or disease problems. Plant massed for stabilizing embankments or for hard-to-cover areas with poorer soils or for naturalizing in wild areas. Grows best in average dry to medium moist well-drained soil in full sun to part shade.

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Sumac Rocky Mountain Shrubs

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The Rocky Mountain Sumac Rhus glabra cismontana Rocky Mountain is a suckering thicket-forming plant with small upright tree-like branches. On female plants yellow-green flowers are followed by bright-red hairy berries in erect pyramidal clusters which persist throughout winter. It can be used as a Gǣspecimen thicketGǥ in industrial landscapes and is quite valuable for adding a tropical lush look to a xeric garden. In a planned landscape the species is most effective when drifts or colonies typical of natural settings are allowed to establish. The colonies can be rejuvenated every few years by cutting them to the ground in mid-winter. Rocky Mountain Sumac will grow in dry waste areas such as impossible slopes where even junipers struggle. It is fast growing generally pest and disease-free and drought-tolerant.

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