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Staghorn Sumac, Rhus Typhina
Anacardiaceae
Rhus typhina


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Rhus Genus

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Found in Utah.




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General Information

Big Red Bud Fern Plant

Cashew family
The fruit has been known to last through winter and into spring.

The fruit of sumacs can be collected, soaked and washed in cold water, strained, sweetened and made into a pink lemonade.

The leaves and berries of staghorn sumac have been mixed with tobacco and other herbs and smoked by Native American tribes.

can be used as both a natural dye.



Staghorn Sumac Leaf




Staghorn Sumac Flower Bud




Staghorn Sumac Stem
Notice how hairy the stem is, it feels like a cows back.



Staghorn Sumac new shoots




Staghorn Sumac New Leaves




Staghorn Sumac, Rhus Typhina - Plant
Staghorn Sumac, Rhus Typhina - Plant - July 29, 2009



Big Red Bud Fern Plant - Plant
Big Red Bud Fern Plant - Plant - July 11, 2009



Big Red Bud Fern Plant - Plant
Big Red Bud Fern Plant - Plant - July 11, 2009



Big Red Bud Fern Plant - Plant
Big Red Bud Fern Plant - Plant - July 11, 2009

Comment: Staghorn Sumac, Rhus Typhina, Rhus typhina

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Nick fortuna

grand rapids, MI, US July 18, 2009
Looks like rhus typhina, staghorn sumac, to me... If I'm right the red bud is edible and sweet!

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