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Questions On Japanese Sumac
... Q.We have an unusual but very beautiful tree in our back yard, a Japanese sumac. We just purchased the home last fall, so we don t have experience with or ...
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Shredded Sumac - GardenLady.com
... name: Rhus typhina 'Laciniata' Common name: Shredded Sumac or Cut-leaf Sumac Size: 8' plus high and equally wide or wider Favored growing ... picture says it all: great foliage texture and superb fall color Cons: Sumac spread by root suckers, so it may pop up in ... particularly attractive in the winter. Comments: I love the native Staghorn Sumac. I don't care that they run around the garden and ...
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Dwarf Sumac
... Sumac Leaf Characteristics broad, flat leaves compound leaves pinnately compound margins ... without husk or capsules small fruits, 50 or more packed tightly together Dwarf Sumac Rhus copallina This small tree has a short trunk and open, spreading ... leaflets, a characteristic that separates this species from other sumacs. The Dwarf Sumac grows on dry hills and rocky ridges. It also grows along forest ...
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Staghorn Sumac
... or capsules small fruits, 50 or more packed tightly together Staghorn Sumac Rhus typhina This small tree sometimes grows as a tall shrub ... old fields, at forest edges, and along roadways. The Staghorn Sumac is native to the northeastern United States and southern Canada. ... west-central counties. Other than as an ornamental, the Staghorn Sumac has little value to people today. In times past Native ...
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Staghorn Sumac - Tree / shrubby plant similar to poison sumac - (www.poisonivy.us)
... Staghorn Sumac <-- Back to Similar Plants Common Name: staghorn sumac, velvet sumac, Rhus hirta, scarlet sumac, upland sumac Family: Anacardiaceae Genus: Rhus Latin Name: Rhus typhina The staghorn sumac in ... Weed Guide - Good biological information on staghorn sumac with pictures FEIS - Staghorn sumac - Technical information on this plant Staghorn sumac has brownish hair on twigs (pinkish / red ...
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PLANTS Profile for Rhus aromatica (fragrant sumac) | USDA PLANTS
... for species profiles. Rhus aromatica var. arenaria fragrant sumac Rhus aromatica var. aromatica fragrant sumac Rhus aromatica var. serotina fragrant sumac Classification: Rhus aromatica Ait. Click on a ... – Order Sapindales – Family Anacardiaceae – Sumac family Genus Rhus L. – sumac Species Rhus aromatica Ait. – fragrant sumac Threatened and Endangered Plant Information: Rhus aromatica Ait ...
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Rhus glabra- Smooth Sumac
... Rhus glabra- Smooth Sumac Rhus glabra Smooth Sumac Family: Anacardiaceae (Sumac family) Photo taken near Entiat, open dry sandy flat near Columbia River 2003 Thayne Tuason ...
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PLANTS Profile for Rhus aromatica (fragrant sumac) | USDA PLANTS
... for species profiles. Rhus aromatica var. arenaria fragrant sumac Rhus aromatica var. aromatica fragrant sumac Rhus aromatica var. serotina fragrant sumac Classification: Rhus aromatica Ait. Click on a ... – Order Sapindales – Family Anacardiaceae – Sumac family Genus Rhus L. – sumac Species Rhus aromatica Ait. – fragrant sumac Threatened and Endangered Plant Information: Rhus aromatica Ait ...
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Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac Information Center - (www.poisonivy.us)
... treating the rash. General Info Lots of great links to other poison ivy, oak or sumac related sites grouped by category. Find treatments, quizzes, rash identification, control methods and more. ... is effective only if taken before exposure. Scientific Classification. Poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac belong to the cashew family, Anacardiaceae. Poison ivy is classified as Rhus radicans or ...
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Poison sumac
... sumac Florida Forest Plants Poison sumac (Toxicodendron vernix) Poison sumac grows in swamps, bogs, depressions, and other wet sites. It can also be found in acidic pine woods and shady hardwood forests. Poison sumac ... as poison ivy. Poison sumac may be confused with other nonpoisonous plants, such as winged sumac (Rhus copallinum). The major difference is that winged sumac has leafy wings along ...
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