Rhus aromatica (Fragrant Sumac, Sweet scented Sumac)Add to Wish List
According to Swink and Wilhelm's Plants of the Chicago Region, this species is endemic to the Chicago Region. Fragrant Sumac is a low-growing shrub with a dense, fragrant tangle of stems. Use as a ground cover in clumps or as...
Rhus copallina (Flameleaf Sumac, Shining Sumac, Dwarf Sumac)Add to Wish List
It is a deciduous shrub or small tree native to the Central and Eastern United States, as well as all of North Carolina. It forms enormous colonies through root suckers and is a vital winter food source for many birds,...
Rhus glabra (Smooth Sumac)Add to Wish List
Smooth sumac is a 10-20 foot shrub with short, crooked, drooping stems and attractive branches that forms colonies. The leaves are alternately pinnately compound, with 13-30 sharp-toothed leaflets on each side of the midrib. Early in the fall, deciduous leaves...
Rhus potaninii (Chinese Sumac, Potanin Sumac)Add to Wish List
This deciduous, spherical tree grows to be 40 feet tall and 25 feet wide, with sparsely hairy to hairless branches. The leaves are pinnately compound and grow to be 14 inches long, with 7 to 11 lanceolate to oblong leaflets...
Rhus trilobata (Skunk bush Sumac)Add to Wish List
Skunkbrush may reach a height of 2 to 8 feet. Geographical differences in height and growth form exist. In the Southwest, skunkbrush is more branching and dense, whereas in the north, it is higher. This thicket-forming shrub can grow in...