Scientfic Name: Rhus aromatica
Height: 1.5-2 ft
Spread: 6-8 ft
Bloom Time: April-May
Native Range: Eastern North America, Pennsylvania
Ecological Value: Larval host. Berries.
Human Value: Native Americans used leaves and bark for medicines. Both could be used for tanning of leather. The berries soaked in water can be used to make sumac-aide.