Smooth Sumac Seedlings

 Smooth Sumac Seedlings, Rhus Glabra

 Smooth Sumac Seedlings will add a beautiful splash of color to your lawn. It looks best in the summer and autumn months. This tree will add value to your home. This tree can grow in full to partial shade. It is also adaptable to various soils. The Smooth Sumac tree can grow to be 10 to 15 feet tall and just as wide. This tree is loved for its ornamental look and gorgeous foliage. It is effortless to grow, and you will enjoy for many years. 

Smooth Sumac (Rhus glabra) can be described as either a shrub or a small tree. It has an irregular shape because it will spread into a sprawling multi-trunk plant. The tree thrives in zones 3-9 and dry soil with full to partial sun. Smooth Sumac proliferates and can reach a height of 15 feet and a width of 15 feet. It is a very hardy plant and tolerates cold winters and hot, dry summers. The compound leaf structure turns out a vivid autumn display of yellow, orange, and red.

The Smooth Sumac is a large shrub which can grow to be 10-20 feet in height. It's an easy to grow shrub in Zones 3 to 9. Smooth Sumac is grown as an ornamental shrub, which can tolerate cold winters and hot, dry summers. The Smooth Sumac can adapt to a variety of soil conditions and is pest resistant. The leaves of Smooth Sumac are a shiny green during the summer months and turn a gorgeous, brilliant red in the fall. In early to midsummer yellow-green flowers bloom on the Smooth Sumac, followed by red fruit clusters.
Sun: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Height 10-20 feet
Spread: 10-15 feet
Resistant To: Cold Winters, Dry Summers, Pests

This is one of many varieties of sumac. Though tall, it is a shrub that often reaches about ten feet in height. Beautiful alternating leaves change to a gorgeous scarlet hue during the autumn months making the sumac a welcome addition to any landscape. During the warmer months, these shrubs will bear 3 to 5-inch clusters of greenish-yellow flowers that later give way to bright red berry clusters that provide your landscape interest and color even through the winter season. Sumac trees are easily maintained since they are small and hardy. They will create a nice screen if you grow them in the proximity of one another and in turn, will attract many bird and animal species who seek it for shelter and food. Most commonly the sumac is used in landscaping as an ornamental focal point since the sumac will bring a variety of color to enhance your yard.

Read more
Size required
Ship My Plants required
$0.79

Description

 Smooth Sumac Seedlings, Rhus Glabra

 Smooth Sumac Seedlings will add a beautiful splash of color to your lawn. It looks best in the summer and autumn months. This tree will add value to your home. This tree can grow in full to partial shade. It is also adaptable to various soils. The Smooth Sumac tree can grow to be 10 to 15 feet tall and just as wide. This tree is loved for its ornamental look and gorgeous foliage. It is effortless to grow, and you will enjoy for many years. 

Smooth Sumac (Rhus glabra) can be described as either a shrub or a small tree. It has an irregular shape because it will spread into a sprawling multi-trunk plant. The tree thrives in zones 3-9 and dry soil with full to partial sun. Smooth Sumac proliferates and can reach a height of 15 feet and a width of 15 feet. It is a very hardy plant and tolerates cold winters and hot, dry summers. The compound leaf structure turns out a vivid autumn display of yellow, orange, and red.

The Smooth Sumac is a large shrub which can grow to be 10-20 feet in height. It's an easy to grow shrub in Zones 3 to 9. Smooth Sumac is grown as an ornamental shrub, which can tolerate cold winters and hot, dry summers. The Smooth Sumac can adapt to a variety of soil conditions and is pest resistant. The leaves of Smooth Sumac are a shiny green during the summer months and turn a gorgeous, brilliant red in the fall. In early to midsummer yellow-green flowers bloom on the Smooth Sumac, followed by red fruit clusters.
Sun: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Height 10-20 feet
Spread: 10-15 feet
Resistant To: Cold Winters, Dry Summers, Pests

This is one of many varieties of sumac. Though tall, it is a shrub that often reaches about ten feet in height. Beautiful alternating leaves change to a gorgeous scarlet hue during the autumn months making the sumac a welcome addition to any landscape. During the warmer months, these shrubs will bear 3 to 5-inch clusters of greenish-yellow flowers that later give way to bright red berry clusters that provide your landscape interest and color even through the winter season. Sumac trees are easily maintained since they are small and hardy. They will create a nice screen if you grow them in the proximity of one another and in turn, will attract many bird and animal species who seek it for shelter and food. Most commonly the sumac is used in landscaping as an ornamental focal point since the sumac will bring a variety of color to enhance your yard.

Reviews (0)

Be the first to write a review

Additional info

Min Purchase Qty: 250 units
Description: Latin Name- Rhus Aromatica Hardy Planting Zone- 3-9 Mature Height- 2-20 ft Width- 10-15 ft Sun or Shade- Prefers Full Sun