Rhus copallinaA suckering large shrub or small tree grown for its glossy winged foliage that turns brilliant shades of red or reddish purple in the fall.
|Habit:||Most commonly a broad spreading suckering shrub; occasionally pruned into a small tree|
|Size:||Variable from 10-30' high, depending upon genetics, location and pruning; often 8-10' tall under cultivation|
|Color:||Dark glossy green|
|Texture:||Medium in summer becoming coarse in winter|
|Hardiness:||Zone 4b USDA|
|Habitat:||Maine - Florida - Texas - Wisconsin - Ontario|