Staghorn Sumac


Looking like berries,

Fuzzy softness all around –

Pretty AND useful.


Scientific name is Rhus Typhina and can be found in Southeastern Canada….where I live.


3 thoughts on “Staghorn Sumac

    1. I’m glad you had this chance to discover a new plant, Sue. As far as I know the Staghorn Sumac occurs mostly in Southeastern Canada and Northeastern U.S.
      It’s a fair trade, wouldn’t you say? Something new learned – Loganberries for me, Staghorn Sumac for you. 🙂

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