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Winged Sumac

Winged Sumac (Rhus copallinum) – A small tree or shrub that grows best in open areas, along roadsides or disturbed ground. It is prized for ornamental planting because of its lustrous dark green foliage which turns a brilliant orange-red in the fall. The tiny greenish-yellow flowers borne in compact, terminal panicles (loose, branching clusters) are followed by showy red clusters of berries which persist into the winter and attract wildlife. The sumac grows well in sandy, infertile soil.

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