Red velvet coral

Fuzzy fruitsicle

Fuzzy fruitsicle

We found another kind of sumac, this time Staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina), growing along the southern edge of the park.

The sumptuous crimson fruit cones are reminiscent of soft sea coral.

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4 Responses to Red velvet coral

  1. Did you know you can a sort of lemonade from these berries? I blogged about it a couple of weeks ago. Don’t you love the autumn colours of sumac?

  2. Pingback: Rhus typhina | Friends of Heaton Moor Park

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