RMEBK846–Sweet Sumach, Fragrant Sumac, medical plant, medical plants, medicinal plant, medicinal plants, herbalism, useful plant, useful plants, homeopathy, traditional medicine, folk medicine (Rhus aromatica), fruiting
RMPGHJHR–Flowering Rhus Chinensis Chinese Sumac
RMPRH31B–Hemerocallis Staghorn Sumac
RMF6XC5T–Smooth sumac trees in fall
RMCFJNM3–Leaves, foliage of toxic plant, Poison Sumac, Rhus vernix, Anacardiaceae, Eastern North America
RMBYYTDG–Staghorn Sumac (Rhus hirta, Rhus typhina) in autumn colors.
RMBN5RG7–Rhus typhina or Staghorn Sumac - Rhus hirta
RMDFKXNG–staghorn sumac, rhus typhina
RF2DF04F1–Red, orange and yellow colors appear on Sumac leaves in autumn.
RM2DF6AT3–Sicilian sumac or tanner´s sumach (Rhus coriaria) is a deciduous shrub native to southern Europe. Is used for tanning leather. Angiosperms.
RMBX3RET–Colorful sumac leaves in autumn.
RMKD96XB–Small Sumac tree
RFE5CH50–Staghorn Sumac bob closeup on a tree. Ontario, Canada.
RMH73HA0–A sumac shrub in Worcestershire, UK
RFENXPA3–staghorn sumac bush isolated on white background
RMF2B5Y8–Mountain Sumac at Marengo Ridge Conservation Area in McHenry County in Illinois