Rhus Plant. It is in flower from june to august, and the seeds ripen from october to december. Tolerates high summer temperatures, but may need some summer water in a desert environment.
Rhus obtusifolia rhus obtusifolia (small) small, fl. Long, deep glossy green and have a pointed apex. Sumacs grow in subtropical and temperate regions throughout the world, including east asia , africa , and north america.
A group of small deciduous trees and shrubs with showy fruits and good autumn colour.
It is in flower from july to august. Is originated fro m “sumaga”, meaning red in syriac. Larval host plant of luna moth and the spring azure butterfly
The inconspicuous flowers occur in large panicles and are followed by spherical fruits.
The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by bees. In fact, the spectacular fiery autumn show is one of the main reasons this plant is so popular in the uk. Mitchell jc, rook a, 1979, botanical dermatology, plants and plant products injurious to the skin, greengrass, vancouver.
Clinical and immunologic features of systemic contact dermatitis from ingestion of rhus (toxicodendron).
It is hardy to uk zone 3 and is not frost tender. Stag’s horn sumach, rhus typhina, is spectacular in autumn when its foliage turns fiery orange, gold, scarlet or purple. See above for usda hardiness.
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92 rows the plant list includes 584 scientific plant names of species rank for the genus. The plant list includes a further 96 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus rhus.we do not intend the plant list to be complete for names of infraspecific rank. Rhus was once commonly planted in australian gardens because of its brilliant autumn foliage.
Flowers provide a nectar source to native bees.
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