Published: Fri, August 11, 2017
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Rhus copallinum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rhus copallinum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rhus copallinum is a species of tree belonging to the family of Anacardiaceae.

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Distribution and habitat

It is native to the east Of North America. It is a deciduous tree that reaches a size of 3.5 to 5.5 meters (11-18 feet) in height and an equal differential with a rounded cup. A young tree of 5 years of age will remain around 2.5 meters.

Description

Shadow Sumac is often grown, where it is very suitable for Natural and informal landscapes as it has underground corridors that extend to provide a dense shrub cover for birds and wildlife. This species is prized for ornamental planting because of its bright dark green foliage which turns a bright orange-red color in autumn. The view of autumn color is often enjoyed along interstate highways, as the plant easily colonizes these and other disturbed sites. The tiny, yellowish-green flowers are born in compact terminal panicles and are followed by clusters of colorful red berries that persist in the winter and attract wildlife.

The bark is thin and spoils With ease of mechanical impact; The branches lean when the tree grows, and will require the pruning for the passage of vehicles or pedestrians under the canopy; Multiple trunks are routinely growing. The tree wants to grow with several trunks, but can be grown to grow with a single trunk. It has no thorns.

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The tree grows in full sun or partial shade. Soil tolerances include clay, silt, sand, slightly alkaline, acid, and a well drained soil. Their tolerance for drought is high.

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