|Sumac fruit in fall|
Sumac, also spelled sumach, is a flowering plant.
Sumacs are small trees. The leaves are arranged like spirals. The flowers are in spikes. Each flower is very small, greenish, creamy white or red, with five petals. The fruits form clusters of reddish drupes called "sumac bobs".
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