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Staghorn Sumac –
Rhus typhina (latin)
Staghorn Sumac - Rhus typhina

Author: Brosen

Area of origin: East of United States. Introduced into Europe in 1629.

Adult Dimensions: Height up to 10 m, width up to 10 m (32,8').

Foliage: Deciduous.

Soil Type: All except that which is too wet.

Hardiness: Hardy to -28°C.

Exposure: Full light.

Foliage of Staghorn Sumac

Author: Rasbak

Fruit of Staghorn Sumac

Author: coco

Characteristics and Uses:
Very decorative with dark red fruits and red, orange and yellow autumn foliage.
The fruits stay on the tree a long time after the leaves have fallen.
This little tree is planted alone or in groups in parks and gardens where it brings a touch of originality. It is advisable not to plant too close to buildings as it produces many runners.


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