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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Plants that give a vibrant autumn display tend to colour up best in the sun, with trees and shrubs such as Cotinus 'Grace', Rhus typhina, Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy' and maples leading the way.
| Rhus typhina I'm watching the stag's horn sumach in my front garden turn a vibrant shade of orange.
The smokey part of its name derives from the frothy plumes of delicate flowers in summer | Rhus typhina I'M watching the stag's horn sumach in my front garden turn a vibrant shade of orange.
| Rhus typhina I'M watching the stag's horn sumach my front garden turn a vibrant shade of orange.
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.
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.
Comparative study on the chemical composition of Syrian sumac (Rhus coriaria L.) and Chinese sumac (Rhus typhina L.) fruits.
We selected nuts and fruits of reported dietary food preference for each of these two small mammal species, namely water oak acorns (Quercus nigra), white oak acorns ( Quercus alba), flowering dogwood (Comus florida), Chinese privet ( Ligistrum sinense) and staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina).
However, Chinese privet seeds (Ligustrum sinense) and staghorn sumac seeds (Rhus typhina) are from invasive species.
In addition to their dazzling foliage, many trees and shrubs, including Dogwoods (Comus), Elderberry (Sambucus), Viburnum, Winterberry (Ilex verticillata), Sumac (Rhus typhina) and Mountain Ash (Sorbus americana), have attractive berries that feed birds through the winter.
Promoting Democracy Staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina) is at its best when it grows as a community.