Colloquially known as fragrant sumac, this deciduous shrub grows well in a wide range of soils, except poorly drained soils, in full sun to part shade.
Native to Missouri, this shrub grows 2-4’ tall in open woods, glades, and thickets. In autumn the leaves turn from green to a range of orange, red, and purple.
Susceptible to leaf spot and aphids otherwise no serious insect or disease problems.
Great for areas with poor soil in native plant garden or naturalized areas.