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This particular variety of sumac grows as high as 20 feet and.

Deeply cut, compound, deep green foliage adds to aferny appearance. Intense scarlet red coloring is outstanding in fall. Brown felt covered stems add interest. Does well in poor soil. Looks great planted in beds of low, creeping Junipers like Calgary Carpet or Blue Chip. Hardy to Fall Color: Dramatic. Cutleaf Staghorn Sumac leaflets are deeply divided creating a fine textured ferny appearance and they are very oriental and tropical in appearance. They can sucker forming a colony.

Beautiful orange fall display. Overall, this is a great specimen plant. Xeriscape plant. This sumac shrub will grow to be around 8 feet tall and Time: June. Leaves and Growth Habit. The cutleaf sumac belongs to a large genus that contains about different deciduous shrubs and trees. It has bright green leaves that are 2 to 5 inches long.

Each is Missing: Everett MA. Prairie Flameleaf Sumac is a small tree that grows to around 30 feet high, either as a single-trunked tree or suckering to form colonies. It is usually found on limestone or neutral soils, growing in the central part of Texas and in the higher mountain ranges of the Trans-Pecos.

It is extremely heat and drought tolerant, and its leaves are Missing: Everett MA. Sep 04, Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) is an invasive tree from China with compound leaves that resemble sumac. However its leaflets are notched, especially at the base, and the tree produces seeds instead of a fruit spike.

Notice the notches on the leaflets and the heavy cascade of seeds in this Wikimedia photo. This is NOT treecut.buzzg: Everett MA.