Plant Details: Winged Sumac
5 - 10
This sumac species along with others have been long thought to be the toxic. R. copallina is a large open shrub that has clusters of cream/green colored flowers followed by fuzzy red berries in late summer and early fall. The berries are a favorite of songbirds quail and turkey. The berries are sometimes used to make a refreshing drink. Fast growing and prefers full sun and well-drained soils. The drought resistant quality and brillant red fall color makes Winged sumac an excellant selection for dry poor soils in full sun. Matures to 8'High x 8'Wide.
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