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Smooth Sumac Seedlings

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$189.99
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Latin Name- Rhus Aromatica Hardy Planting Zone- 3-9 Mature Height- 2-20 ft Width- 10-15 ft Sun or Shade- Prefers Full Sun to Partial Shade

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Smooth Sumac Seedlings

Smooth Sumac - Rhus glabra. Smooth Sumac Seedlings, a large deciduous shrub in the Anacardiaceae family, is native to and distributed widely across the continental United States. Smooth Sumac Seedlings grows typically up to 15 feet tall. Smooth Sumac Seedlings dark green compound leaflets grow up to two feet long. Smooth Sumac Seedlings' greenish-yellow flowers bloom in clusters in June and July; its clusters of drupes - round and red fruits - mature in August and September. With its vibrant autumn foliage, Smooth Sumac Seedlings is excellent for hedges and ornamental plantings. Smooth Sumac Seedlings is highly drought resistant and adaptable to the slightly acidic soil. Nursery-cultivated seedlings are usually utilized for cultivating large areas.

Smooth Sumac is extremely easy to plant, and they are very fast growers. Once established, Smooth Sumac Seedlings will grow two to three feet every year. As small trees, Smooth Sumac Seedlings will adapt well to many different types of soil types. Smooth Sumac makes for magnificent ornamental trees and looks great in any yard and on any lawn. Smooth Sumac also produces amazing, brilliant colors of leaves during the fall months. The Smooth Sumac is a perennial tree has pretty good tolerance to drought conditions. A white and waxy coating covers smooth Sumac Seedlings branches and stems, and the seeds it produces are a yellow hue.

Smooth Sumac grows into one of the unique trees. Smooth Sumac Seedlings are very easy to grow and maintain because they are very adaptable to many different soil types but do need to have moisture and good drainage for the root system. Smooth Sumac Seedlings will work well as ornamentals or in smaller lawns and spaces. Smooth Sumac Seedlings will produce a green and yellow bloom in spring and will also attract many species of birds to the area.