A close-up of the leaves of the stag's horn sumac.

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The stag's horn sumac is a native plant of North America and was introduced to Britain in 1629 by John Parkinson, where it was kept in a medicinal garden. An extract of the roots of sumac was used to treat fevers.
Location: Bexleyheath, Kent. UK