Staghorn Sumac
(Rhus typhina)
7 Gallon Container


Availability: In stock

    • Grows 15 to 25 feet tall
    • Full sun to part shade
    • Medium moisture
    • Blooms in early to mid-summer
    • Attracts bees and other pollinators
    • Produces clusters of red, hairy fruits (drupes) in late summer to fall
    • Fruits are an important winter food source for birds
    • Leaves are compound and turn bright red, orange, or yellow in the fall
    • Spreads by suckers to form colonies
    • Tolerates poor, rocky soils and drought conditions
    • Ideal for naturalizing, erosion control, and wildlife gardens
    • Also known as staghorn sumac due to the velvety texture of young branches
    • Canopy provides protection and safety for birds
    • Important emergency winter food source for wildlife

All shrubs and trees must be picked up at the Lyons Township Community Center, 6404 Joliet Rd, Countryside, on either Friday, September 20th, between 1 PM and 3 PM, or Saturday, September 21st, from 9 AM to 11 AM. Please note that all orders are non-refundable.

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