3. Poison Sumac

Not all sumac plants are poisonous. Along the side of the road are the larger sumac trees with red fuzzy growths on them and these trees aren’t poisonous at all. In fact, you can make tea from the soft red seeds of the Staghorn Sumac. As for poison sumac, it tends to be more of a smaller shrub. The stems are red with multiple leaves along the same stem. These plants also produce white berries in the fall, just like poison oak and poison ivy plants.

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