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Flameleaf Sumac

Rhus lanceolata

Description:

Prairie Flameleaf Sumac is a small tree that grows to around 30 feet high, either as a single-trunked tree or suckering to form colonies. It is usually found on limestone or neutral soils, growing in the central part of Texas and in the higher mountain ranges of the Trans-Pecos. It is extremely heat and drought tolerant, and its leaves are vivid red in the fall

Habitat:

Habitat yard on Lake Belton.

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joanbstanley
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joanbstanley

Texas, USA

Spotted on Oct 11, 2012
Submitted on Oct 19, 2012

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