Evergreen Sumac

Evergreen Sumac Plant Information

Evergreen Sumac grows in the following 3 states:

Arizona, New Mexico, Texas

Rhus virens is a species of flowering plant in the mango family, Anacardiaceae, that is native to Arizona, southern New Mexico, and Texas in the United States as well as northern and central Mexico as far south as Oaxaca. It is commonly known as the evergreen sumac or tobacco sumac.

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