EDIBLE - (flavoring) Shrub
Aromatic Sumac is not self-fertile so planting 2 or more is recommended if seed is required.
A shrub found over much of the state, usually in thickets. Fruit ripens in late spring or early summer and is eaten by many species of birds. Fruit is bright red to orange when mature. Also called fragrant sumac. Height at maturity is 8 ft.
This species can be commonly used for windbreaks and erosion control. Wildlife benefits are food and cover. Get more information about Aromatic Sumac
*Information provided by the Missouri Department of Conservation.