Rhus copallina - Winged Sumac
Perfect for rough, well drained soil areas and massing, this wide spreading selection features glossy, deep green compound foliage that turns a striking maroon in fall. Pyramidal towers of tiny yellow-green spring flowers turn into savory red fruit clusters in fall that native birds & mammals love!
- Native birds love this plant's red winter berries
- Perfect for wildlife cover and bird nesting
- Amazing maroon fall foliage color
- Native pollinators love its early summer bloom
- Thrives in rough, well drained soil
Found on dry hillsides, open woods, limestone outcrops, rocky slopes, prairies, plains, and in sandy woodlands.
This plant requires ample space for optimal growth.
Grow in average to moist but well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Tolerant of a wide range of soils except those that are poorly drained.