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We are on Instagram! mgnvsocialmediaAlthough the trifoliate leaves of Fragrant Sumac resemble those of related poison ivy (Rhus radicans, synonym Toxicodendron radicans), they are non-poisonous. #mastergardener #mysteryplant #mgnv #fragrantsumac #rhusaromaticaThis morning’s “mystery plant” post featured the female flower buds of Fragrant Sumac (Rhus aromatica), a shrub native to open woods, glades, and thickets throughout eastern North America. Learn more about this recommended plant and its ‘Gro-Low’ cultivar from the captions accompanying photos throughout the coming week. Read about its care under Tried & True Native Plant Selections for the Mid-Atlantic at http://MGNV.ORG. Developing flowers on female plants stand out against the leaves of Fragrant Sumac in September and persist through the winter. Leaves and twigs of the plant are aromatic when bruised. #mastergardener #mysteryplant #mgnv #fragrantsumac #rhusaromatica
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