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Regions 1,2,3,4,5,6 - Dry-Med
Winged Sumac is a 10' to 20' tall native perennial successional plant usually found in old fields, woodland edges, margins of roadsides and railroads, and other old disturbed sites. It spreads by roots and may form large colonies. The midrib of the large compound leaves are winged and it produces large pyramidal clusters of showy bright red to maroon berries that last through the winter. It may be a good landscaping plant for woodland borders and other areas due to the ornamental bright fall foliage color and the long lasting showy berries. 300 bird species are reported to have used the fruit and rabbits, deer, and other wildlife feed on the plant.
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