Rhus Species Seeds
Rhus aromatica v. simplicifolia (Singleleaf skunk brush)
Rhus choriophylla Syn: Rhus virens. Evergreen sumac Dense masses of dark green, glossy, compound leaves on a large, evergreen shrub with clusters of small, creamy- white flowers in summer followed by sticky, red berries. Requires no supplemental water once established. Excellent evergreen landscape shrub.
Rhus glabra (Smooth Sumac)
Rhus integrifolia (Lemonade Berry). Grows from Santa Barbara County, CA south into Baja along the coast. A wide-mounding evergreen shrub, 5-10 feet tall, spreading 12 feet, its thick, dull-green leaves cover the plant densely. Tight clusters of cream to pink-colored flowers appear around February, and bunches of flat-sided berries mature in early summer to a rust-red. Loaded with citric acid, they can indeed be made into a tart drink reminiscent of lemonade. On slopes, root depth can reach 15-25 feet making Rhus integrifolia an excellent plant for erosion control.
Rhus lancea (African sumac). Small to medium sized evergreen tree to 24' tall; 24' spread. Heat tolerant, little water. Hardy to 15°F. Native to Southern Africa. 800 seeds per oz.
Rhus ovata (Sugar sumac). Large evergreen bush to 10 - 15' tall; Heat tolerant, little to moderate water. Hardy to 5°F. Native to Arizona, California, northwestern Mexico. 1200 seeds per oz.
Rhus trilobata (Skunkbrush sumac). 1100 seeds per oz.
Rhus typhina. 53000 seeds per Lb.