Sumac Tree leaves are narrow and end at a point.
These trees are small hardy bushes and trees that can grow in different environments. They bloom in the early spring, with flowers that will turn into ripe red fruit by late summer. The fruits grow in dense clusters and are covered in thin hair. The leaves are narrow and end at a point. The leaves are also slightly serrated along the edge—groups of 17 to 19 sprout from one long stem. In the fall, deciduous species of sumac are distinctive for their bright red leaves. However, different varieties are bred to turn yellow or orange in the fall. It is important to note that some sumac plants are evergreen and that only deciduous sumac trees will produce bright fall foliage.
Sumac Tree does best in full sun.
The berries attract a wide variety of wildlife. Bees are attracted to the sumac's flowers. Many birds, such as songbirds, will nest in large colonies of sumac trees and eat the berries they produce. Rabbits, deer, and other mammals will also use sumac berries as a food source in the winter.
These trees do best in full sun. Because they propagate when their berries drop to the ground, you must plant them in an area that can easily control the sumac's growth. It is easy for one sumac bush or tree to multiply over time. Sumac prefers any variety of soil that is well-drained. In the dry season, the sumac should be irrigated. They can survive during a drought but will grow taller and stronger if provided with water in the interim.
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Hardy Planting Zone- Zones 3-9
Bloom Season (if any) - Spring
Bloom Color - Greenish white to red
Height at Maturity - 15ft - 30ft
Soil Type Preferred- Any well-drained soil
Sun or Shade - Full to the partial sun - fall foliage will be more vibrant if grown in full sun.