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Latin Name- Smooth Sumac Hardy Planting Zone- 3-9 Mature Height- 5-15 ft Width- 10-15 ft Sun or Shade- Full Sun to Partial Shade

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Sumac - Rhus Glabra

 

 

The Many Attributes Of Sumac Trees
Sumac Trees - Rhus Arbors

 

Sumac Trees are typically found in African, Mediterranean, and Australian regions, but can also be found in the Americas. These trees are part of the Anacardiaceae family and require full sun to grow to their fullest potential. Sumac Trees may be most importantly known for their ability to produce an oily liquid that is referred to as urushiol. These trees can thrive in almost any type of soil and require absolutely no fertilizer after they have been successfully planted.

 

Many people are drawn to Sumac Trees due to their leaves changing into bright and vibrant colors during the autumn season. Sumacs also provide animals with emergency shelter and nutrition when they are in need, making them a vital part of our ecosystem. Regarding promoting positive environmental elements, Sumac Trees are also great for decreasing the amount of erosion on the earth's surface. This is due to their substantial root system that develops far into the ground. While these trees are drought-resistant, they still need to be watered during warmer seasons for these roots to stay healthy.

 

For those looking to plant Sumac Trees by harvesting seeds from their popular Sumacs, the process is a bit extensive but very rewarding. To properly plant new seeds, they need to be sacrificed in acid for up to three hours and then laid dormant for up to 30 days at approximately 41 degrees Fahrenheit. After this process is completed, the seeds can be planted into the specified area, and a Sumac will slowly take form.

 

There are a large variety of Sumac Trees available for planting, but some of the most common ones are Elm-leaved Sumacs, Evergreen Sumacs, and Littleleaf Sumacs. All of these typically reach anywhere from 18 to 35 feet, so the growing process is extensive but gratifying when the results are achieved.

 

Sumac Tree is drought tolerant and easy to grow. Many gardeners and landscapers use the tree in natural areas, as borders, and even in containers. In the autumn you will be stunned by the eye-popping reds and oranges that the sumac tree produces.