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Staghorn Sumac Tree Seeds (Rhus typhina) 40+Seeds

$ 6.49



Staghorn Sumac ( Rhus typhina , synonym: R. hirta ) is a deciduous shrub to small tree in the Anacardiaceae or Cashew family, native to eastern North America . It is primarily found in Southeastern Canada, the Northeastern and Midwestern United States, Southern Ontario , and the Appalachian Mountains .An attractive albeit rather coarse suckering small tree; compound leaves, scarlet, orange, and yellow in fall; individual trees are few-branched; will grow in any dryish soil; greenish flowers in early summer in upright clusters, followed by fuzzy crimson fruit clusters that last through winter; the seed heads can be used to make a vaguely raspberry- flavored tea, especially good if you like lots of little bugs in your tea; the middle of a broad dome- shaped colony would be a fine place to have a picnic; native to eastern and central North America .

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