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  • Distinctive Velvety Stems: Staghorn Sumac gets its name from the distinctive velvety texture of the stems, which resembles the antlers of a stag. The young branches are covered in fine hairs, giving them a fuzzy appearance.
  • Compound Leaves and Fall Color: The compound leaves of Staghorn Sumac consist of multiple leaflets arranged in a fern-like pattern. In the fall, the foliage turns brilliant shades of red, orange, and purple, creating a visually striking autumn display.
  • Conical Flower Clusters: Staghorn Sumac produces cone-shaped clusters of small greenish-yellow flowers in late spring to early summer. These flower clusters add interest to the shrub and attract pollinators.
  • Red Berries and Wildlife Value: Female Staghorn Sumac plants produce clusters of fuzzy, red berries in late summer. While the berries are not typically consumed by humans, they provide a food source for birds and other wildlife, contributing to the ecological value of the plant.
  • Adaptability and Erosion Control: Staghorn Sumac is highly adaptable to various soil types and is known for its resilience. It is often used for erosion control on slopes or disturbed sites. Its ability to thrive in challenging conditions makes it a valuable plant for restoration projects.
  • SPREAD 250-300 CM
  • HEIGHT 250-300 CM

Care Instructions

Different plants have different watering needs. Check the soil moisture by inserting your finger about an inch into the soil. If it feels dry, water the plant until the water drains from the bottom of the pot. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot.

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