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  • Height: 6 to 12 feet; 6- to 10-foot spread
  • Light: Full sun to part shade
  • Soil: Dry to medium
  • Bloom: Yellow, spring (male)
  • Fruit: Red, summer (females) (2 for fruit)
  • Leaf: Deciduous, red fall, lemony scent
  • Resistance: Deer
  • Landscape uses: Specimen, hedge, large areas where it can colonize, sunny dry spots. 
  • Resistance: Drought, Black Walnut, rabbit, deer
  • Fun fact: Although its leaves resemble poison ivy, this deciduous shrub is totally nonpoisonous. 
  • More information and native range here

Sumac, Fragrant

3 Gallons
  • Pollinator value: Very High

    Butterflies, Monarchs, native bees, larval host to the Red-banded Hairstreak.

    Gamebirds, songbirds, and large and small mammals eat the fruit. Male and female needed for fruit.

    Fragrant Sumac is less aggressive than other sumacs; nice as a single plant or when allowed to colonize.

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