Rhus typhinia - Staghorn sumac

Staghorn sumac - Rhus typhina

Family: Anacardiaceae

Tree Form: Large shrub or small tree

Twigs: Large stout twig. pubescent, large leaf scar

Leaf: Pinnately compound, 11 to 31 leaflets, coarsly serrate margin on leaflets

Flowers: Panicles of white flowers in spring

Fruit. Compact, upright red clusters.

Twig showing pubescence. Staghorn sumac flowers Staghorn sumac's range mainly covers the NE U.S. into the Great Lakes region


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