Height: 15′-20′ Spread: 12′-16′. Large compound leaves give this plant a tropical look. Pyramidal clusters of velvety crimson fruits appear in late August and persist into winter. The branches are covered with dense, velvety hair and resemble stag’s horns, giving rise to the common name. The fall color is a brilliant red. Spreads aggressively by suckers. Full sun. Zone 3.
Rhus typhina | Staghorn Sumac – #5