221 'Tiger Eyes' Sumac Home Design Photos

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Tiger Eyes staghorn sumac. “I like them better in shade, where
Tiger Eyes staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina 'Bailtiger', zones 4 to 8).
Tiger Eyes staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina 'Bailtiger', zones 4 to 8). This shrub's
and while we're at it, I couldn't leave out everyone's favorite, Tiger Eyes staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina 'Bailtiger', zones 4 to 8). This shrub's parent is
its in-season color weren't enough, Tiger Eyes has showstopping red-orange fall foliage too. Like most staghorn sumacs, it will spread a bit by runners,
“dwarf staghorn sumac” — Janine Starykowicz
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Xeric fall color with 'Tiger Eyes' Sumac and 'Ava's' Hummingbird Mint- Photo by Hunter Ten Broeck
Xeric fall color with 'Tiger Eyes' Sumac and 'Ava's' Hummingbird Mint-
Hunter Ten Broek of Waterwise Landscapes in New Mexico appreciates sumac as well. "Here in the Southwest
Staghorn Sumac -- Tiger eye bailtiger. 2 other pictures show staghorn sumac. LOVE the plant
appreciates sumac as well. "Here in the Southwest we have desert, grassland, riparian and mountain forest ecosystems, and there are a variety of sumacs that thrive
varied conditions," he says. "I design with three-leaf sumac (Rhus trilobata) and littleleaf sumac (Rhus microphylla) for their berries and beautiful fall
tiger eyes sumac -- love the orange
“Ava's Hummingbird Mint Tiger Eyes Sumac” — debbkstd
Environmental Landscape Associates
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Tiger eyes sumac (upper right) gives a garden bright color, intricate leaves and an exotic, tropical look.
Tiger eye sumac is wonder green/gold color
Tiger eyes sumac (upper right) gives a garden bright color, intricate leaves and an exotic, tropical look.
Tiger's eye sumac tree - beautiful....Tiger Eyes Sumac upper right...Tigereye sumac
“Tiger eye sumac” — jbtulsarn
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'Gro-Low' aromatic sumac (Rhus aromatica 'Gro-Low')
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'Gro-Low' aromatic sumac (Rhus aromatica 'Gro-Low')
"Prostrate and low-grow sumacs make wonderful ground covers," says Broek. "Cutleaf (Rhus typhina 'Laciniata’) and tiger eyes sumacs have
"Prostrate and low-grow sumacs make wonderful ground covers," says Broek. "Cutleaf (Rhus typhina 'Laciniata’) and tiger eyes sumacs have intricate colorful
prostrate and low-grow sumacs make wonderful ground covers--cutleft (Rhus typhina 'Laciniata') and tiger eyes sumacs have intricate colorful foliage
"Prostrate and low-grow sumacs make wonderful ground covers," says Broek. "Cutleaf (Rhus typhina 'Laciniata’) and tiger eyes sumacs have intricate colorful
Last but not least is a sumac. No, not the poison kind — this is 'Gro-Low' sumac (Rhus aromatica 'Gro-Low', zones 3 to 9), and it's not poisonous in the
“native ground cover” — krapperport
Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
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Canyon Twinspur,'Tiger Eyes' Sumac,Fall color,Xeric,Xeriscape,Photo by Hunter Ten Broeck
color xeric plant, 'Tiger Eyes' sumac, Coral Canyon Twinspur Fall color
Canyon Twinspur,'Tiger Eyes' Sumac
“Canyon Twinspur,'Tiger Eyes' Sumac” — gavenas
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Staghorn Sumac
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Rhus typhina 'Tiger Eyes', USDA zone 4-8.
Tiger Eyes Sumac offers chartreuse color in summer and red in the fall
This Staghorn sumac is red, TRY Rhus typhina "tiger Eyes' stunning Chartreuse leaf color ALL year long
Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina) for late autumn colour
Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina)No other word for it but "crazy"! A shrub that definitely stands out, the cultivar 'Laciniata' goes from ordinary green during
Staghorn Sumac, turns blood red in fall..."Tiger's eye" is chartruse green in
“this is fantastic in the perimeter borders” — marjohouse
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Garden TEXTURE Sumac Fern-like textures add a delicate complexity to planting designs.
several sumac species (Rhus spp, shown next) and honeylocust (Gleditsia triacanthos).
A similar texture may be achieved with pinnately compound foliage such as that of European mountain ash (Sorbus accuparia), several sumac species
“plants” — clayconnie
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Cat in 'Tiger Eyes' Sumac,photo by Hunter Ten Broeck
Tiger Eyes Sumac
“Tiger Eyes Sumac” — suzzt53
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