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Types of Sumac

Lemonade ​Berry​
Lemonade ​Berry​

About Lemonade Sumac (Rhus integrifolia) Lemonade Berry is a shrub or small tree, with a variable form. They tend to grow upright (up to 30 feet tall) when somewhat inland, and low and sprawling (3 feet tall by up to 30 feet wide) when close to the ocean.

source: calscape.org
Rhus ​Chinensis​
Rhus ​Chinensis​

Rhus chinensis, the Chinese sumac, or nutgall tree, is a plant species in the genus Rhus. Galls produced on the species that are called Chinese gall, Galla Chinensis, or Wu Bei Zi (五倍子) in Chinese, are a source of gallotannins, molecules of hydrolyzable tannins.

Rhus Coriaria​
Rhus Coriaria​

Rhus coriaria, commonly called Sicilian sumac, tanner's sumach, or elm-leaved sumach, is a deciduous shrub to small tree in the Anacardiaceae or cashew family, native to southern Europe.

image: flickr.com
Shining ​Sumac​
Shining ​Sumac​

Shining sumac is a very adaptable, large, colony-forming shrub to small tree used in groups in the shrub border, as a large bank cover or in naturalizing areas. The shining dark green foliage turns a flaming red to red-purple in the fall.

source: mortonarb.org
Skunkbush​
Skunkbush​

pubescent skunkbush sumac Rhus trilobata var. quinata skunkbush sumac Rhus trilobata var. racemulosa skunkbush sumac Rhus trilobata var. ...

Smooth ​Sumac​
Smooth ​Sumac​

Smooth Sumac (Rhus glabra) General Description A large, loose, open-spreading shrub with a flattish crown. Usually grows in masses and suckers profusely.

source: ag.ndsu.edu
Staghorn ​Sumac​
Staghorn ​Sumac​

Sharing a genus with poison sumac (Rhus vernix) has unnecessarily blackballed staghorn sumac (R. typhina) from inclusion in many landscape plans. This nontoxic tree’s crimson summer berries once provided thirsty Native Americans and frontier folk with a refreshingly lemon-flavored tea.

Sugar Bush​
Sugar Bush​

Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Sugar Bush, Chapparal Sumac (Rhus ovata) supplied by member gardeners in the PlantFiles database at Dave's Garden.

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