Staghorn Sumac

Rhus typhina
  • Light Full Sun Partial Sun Shade
  • Growth Rate Growth Rate Fast, Moderate
  • Height Height 15 to 25
  • Width Height 15 to 25

Staghorm sumac is the largest of all sumacs with heights exceeding 20′. Site preference is similar to other sumacs with high adaptability to moist soils except poorly drained ones. Staghorn sumac is aggressive and colony forming. Smooth sumac is a similar species with naked stems relative to the hairy ones of staghorn. This large shrub is well suited for slopes and natural areas.

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Description

Staghorm sumac is the largest of all sumacs with heights exceeding 20′. Site preference is similar to other sumacs with high adaptability to moist soils except poorly drained ones. Staghorn sumac is aggressive and colony forming. Smooth sumac is a similar species with naked stems relative to the hairy ones of staghorn. This large shrub is well suited for slopes and natural areas.

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Dimensions 6047483221 × 60474843220 cm
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