While poison sumac likes to grow in wetlands, most other sumacs prefer drier areas with well-drained soils.
Summary Sumac is a flowering shrub known scientifically as Rhus coriaria.
They are in the ground and we will know better in a couple of weeks as to their viability.
People dry and powder these berries for use as an herbal medicine or culinary spice.
In some environments, it may naturalize and become invasive.
Symptoms of lung irritation include coughing, difficulty breathing, and wheezing.