Rhus typhina


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Related to Rhus typhina: Rhus aromatica, Rhus glabra, staghorn sumac
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Noun1.Rhus typhina - deciduous shrubby tree or eastern North America with compound leaves that turn brilliant red in fall and dense panicles of greenish yellow flowers followed by crimson acidic berriesRhus typhina - deciduous shrubby tree or eastern North America with compound leaves that turn brilliant red in fall and dense panicles of greenish yellow flowers followed by crimson acidic berries
shumac, sumach, sumac - a shrub or tree of the genus Rhus (usually limited to the non-poisonous members of the genus)
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The stag's horn sumach, or Rhus typhina, can also be relied on for autumn impact when its lance-shaped green leaves turn shades of orange, red, yellow and purple.
A favourite from my childhood is Rhus typhina (stag's horn sumach), which again can be treated as a tree or shrub.
SUMACH THE Stag's Horn Sumach, or Rhus typhina, is one of the best shrubs for autumn impact.
Rhus typhina (stag''s horn sumach) is always one of the first to change with vibrant fiery shades of gold, orange and scarlet.
europaeus (spindle tree), deciduous berberis species, hamamelis (witch hazel), vaccinium (blue berries), rhus typhina (stag's horn sumach), fothergilla (witch alder) and cotoneaster horizontalis.
aemiliana, which grows to 2ft high and produces a fantastic display of yellow, orange and red, with deep red veins in the leaves, and Rhus typhina "Dissecta" which grows to 6ft (1.
aemiliana, which grows to two feet high and produces a fantastic display of yellow, orange and red, with deep red veins in the leaves, and Rhus typhina 'Dissecta' which grows to six feet (1.
The sumac that I am principally referring to here is the staghorn sumac Rhus typhina, which grows throughout the northeastern U.