Stem is velvety-hairy, branches are velvety-hairy.
Cone-shaped clusters of red fruit.
This is a very common shrub and is not known to be poisonous.
Young sumac plant.
Cut stem exposing milky sap.
Sumac plant along roadside, central Ontario, late July.
Staghorn sumac plant in late July in Southern Ontario with berries.
Male flower cluster, photo taken in late June, Southwestern Ontario.
Close-up if flower cluster.
Red fuzzy fruit of Staghorn sumac.
Pinnately compound leaves of Staghorn sumac.
Sharply and coarsely toothed leaves of Staghorn sumac.
Velvet-like stem of staghorn sumac.
Sumac branches covered with velvety-hair.