Apr 7, 2015

Herb of the week - Sumac


I am setting this up on a separate blog that will eventually 
be an easy to use resource down the line.
So click the link below to see it uses and bookmark the blog for weekly installments.

I will be posting an herb of the week every Tuesday. I find it is easy to remember things like this when you get them in small doses.

Smooth Sumac  (Rhus glabra L. )

The colony-forming smooth sumac is a 10-20 ft. shrub with short, crooked, leaning trunks. The  leaves alternate, with 13–30 sharp-toothed leaflets.  On female plants, yellow-green flowers are followed by bright-red, hairy berries in erect, pyramidal clusters which persist throughout winter. 




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