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Re: Poison Sumac

Subject: Re: Poison Sumac
Author: eXSCUZZI
Date: 6/25/2005 1:57 pm
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Status: Approved
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Went to Google and typed in poison sumac and clicked on images. It showed some great pics of p.s.
Toxicodendron vernix) can be found mainly in the eastern United States. It grows in peat bogs and swamps. To identify Poison Sumac, look for the fruit that grows between the leaf and the branch. Nonpoisonous sumac has fruit growing from the ends of it's branches.
Poison Sumac is a woody perennial shrub or small tree growing from 5 - 25 feet tall. It is commonly found in the eastern part of the United States but also grows as far south and west as Texas. It reproduces by seeds grown on drooping clusters of white, berry-like fruits. Leaves are arranged in an alternate pattern on the vine.

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Poison Sumac (Approved)Karen6/25/2005 9:44 am
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