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Figure 1. Young Texan Sumac. Texan Sumac1 Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson2 INTRODUCTION Texan Sumac forms a loose, spreading small tree, reaching up to 25 feet in height (Fig. 1). Most specimens only grow to about 12 to 18 feet tall. The shiny, pinnately compound leaves change to a brilliant orange, red, or yellow in the fall before Missing: Kathleen FL.

Gardeners should prune these trees in late winter or early spring, while the sumac tree remains dormant. Most trees get pruned at this time, except those that have showy spring flowers grown on old growth, where pruning would reduce the flower display.

Sumac is not one of these trees. Dormant-season pruning makes it easier to identify branches that need takedowntree.pwg: Kathleen FL. Middle-aged Shining Sumac. Shining Sumac1 Edward F. Gilman and Dennis Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville FL Rhus copallina-- Shining Sumac Page 2 Fall color: orange; red some trianing and pruning makes a nice small tree located in a groundcover or near.

Nov 25, Sumac pruning tips will keep your tree in a healthy condition year after year.



Staghorn sumac leaves will gradually shift from spring green to carmine red, with shades of daffodil yellow and lush orange.



Unlike the plant known as Poisonous Sumac, the Sumac Tree is not poisonous and can be safely pruned without risking any skin rashes. Sumac trees can be pruned during the spring to keep the tree attractive. Sumac trees grow an average of 15 feet high, so they can be easily accessed with a stepladder when you want to trim Estimated Reading Time: 30 secs. Winged sumac is well-suited to natural and informal landscapes where the underground runners spread to provide dense, shrubby cover for birds and wildlife.

This species is the best of the sumacs for ornamental planting because of its lustrous dark green foliage which turns a brilliant orange-red in takedowntree.pwg: Kathleen FL.





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