Staghorn Sumac tree tends to grow and prefer areas that are sandy or among rocky soil.

Staghorn Sumac Tree

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Latin Name- Rhus Aromatica Hardy Planting Zone- 3-9 Mature Height- 2-20 ft Width- 10-15 ft Sun or Shade- Prefers Full Sun to Partial Shade

Staghorn Sumac Tree is an Ornamental Tree

For this reason, you’ll likely find them alongside a fence or in fields that have yet to be cultivated. As they don’t require a lot of watering, you’ll see them be preferable to places that don’t experience flooding. When exposed to full sunlight you’ll discover they sprout beautiful fall like colors on their leaves, but are unable to thrive around much taller trees than their kind. To keep the plant growing and healthy, it’s recommended that you trim it back every three to four years which will keep it vibrant and healthy.

 Staghorn Sumac Tree is Capable of Adjusting to Different Soil Type

While it’s plenty capable of adjusting to different types of soil, it much prefers soil that is higher in acidity. Typically, this plant is found growing in areas such as the southeastern parts of Canada as it’s native to North America. This small tree is said to grow roughly sixteen feet tall and usually twenty feet around. The leaves on this plant are supposed to be a bit long and covered in ‘rust’ colored type hairs. From May until July you’ll find when it grows flowers, but it’s from June until September that fruit grows and can pick. Come fall, the clusters of leaves around the plant tend to range in colors from reds, oranges, and yellows and has a lifespan of roughly twenty years. This ornamental tree can grow under a wide variety of conditions and found in poor, infertile soils where most plants do not survive Staghorn Sumac grows aggressively and therefore is not well suited to small gardens. It prefers partial to full sunlight and does best when planted in an open area of meadow, where it faces less competition from more massive trees. The suckering nature of the plant means that if it is left unmanaged, it can outcompete other smaller plants nearby. In recent years, Staghorn Sumac has been excluded from many a garden because it shares a genus with Poison Sumac. However, this apprehension is unfounded because the plant is entirely non-toxic. That said, the Staghorn Sumac tree is a beautiful deciduous tree that provides year-round interest to any garden where it has the space to thrive.

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