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Makes a lovely puzzle with the little building behind it, Thanks Patti.
Thank you for than info, Tweegan2. :)
You can even make a lovely tea from staghorn sumac ((Rhus hirta), It has a velvety red elongated cluster on a 20 ft bushy tree.
Thanks, Pat. I'll be careful next time I'm in Ohio. :)
Thanks, Suzy. They sure do!
They always put on a marvelous show for us! Great puzzle.
Thanks Patti for checking it out. I know here in OH the sumac is poison. Didn't know there were so many kinds.
Thank you, Snooker.
And thank you for the confirmation of its harmlessness, TS. Glad you liked it, too. :)
This is a great photo, building and all. We have this all around the lake, and I did not know it's Sumac. It must not be toxic, because on the trails, everyone brushes right against some of them. It's beautiful. Thanks for posting, PLG!
Hi again, Celeste -- I looked it up, and wikipedia says there are about 250 kinds of sumac, and only a very few are poisonous. I'm sure this one is OK. Tnanks for bringing it up -- I didn't know.
Thanks, Celeste. I don't believe so. I've often touched it and never had any trouble.
What a nice shot that is. Thanks PLG.
isn't sumac poison?
Thank you, Katzmum. Glad it brought happy memories!
Really love this photo, sumacs remind me of my childhood garden,such happy memories,many thanks plg!:D
Thank you, Treker.
Yay! Thanks for letting me know, Ank -- I'll be right over. :)
mimi is back
A signal Fall may be right around the corner? Pretty
"I sat...from sunrise till noon, rapt in a revery, amidst the pines and hickories and sumachs, in undisturbed solitude and stillness..." -- Henry David Thoreau, "Walden."