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Country Gardener: Gold Medal Plant: Tiger Eyes Sumac

I notice that Tiger Eyes sumac, officially Rhus typhina 'Bailtiger' Tiger Eyes®, has been given a Gold Medal Plant Award for 2007 by the Pen.

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are there any good uses for sumac trees? one amish nieghbor told me that the smoke from them is toxic.

Rhus typhina "Bailtiger' Tiger Eyes sumac

Rhus typhina "Bailtiger' Tiger Eyes sumac

Boulder walls designed with colorful bank of Tiger Eyes Sumac, Nepeta and ground covers

Boulder walls designed with colorful bank of Tiger Eyes Sumac, Nepeta and ground covers

Tiger Eyes Sumac August Deer resistant Fall colour Food for birds Spreader/self-seeder (Spreader)

The Okanagan Xeriscape Association (OXA) provides xeriscape information- classes, workshops, online resources and a plant database.

Rhus typhina ‘Bailtiger’ (or Tiger Eye sumac) | Culled my 4 out back down to 3 so now I have one for the top of the hill if I want — would be a nice tie to the Sedum Angelina lower down. Needs containing but man, what an incredible chartreuse it holds all season until it turns orange in fall. Great surrounded by grey-blues. A possibility. (native)

Find Tiger Eyes Sumac (Rhus typhina 'Bailtiger') in Winnipeg Whyte Ridge Lindenwoods Manitoba MB at Jensen's Nursery & Landscaping

Tiger Eyes Sumac, part to full sun, 6-8'

Tiger Eyes Sumac offers brilliant chartreuse foliage in summer and flaming red hues in the fall.

Use caution when planting Tiger Eyes® Cutleaf Staghorn Sumac. This is not a plant for small space gardeners

First Editions® Tiger Eyes® Cutleaf Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina 'Bailtiger') lures the buyer in with its bright chartreuse and dissected foliage, stately form and velvety, young branches.

Tout le monde connaît Rhus typhina, le presque banal sumac de Virginie, très présent dans les jardins. Mais le nouveau cultivar 'Tiger Eye' est très séduisant et devrait vite le remplacer, avec son feuillage très lumineux dans les tons jaune-vert et particulièrement découpé.

Tout le monde connaît Rhus typhina, le presque banal sumac de Virginie, très présent dans les jardins. Mais le nouveau cultivar 'Tiger Eye' est très séduisant et devrait vite le remplacer, avec son feuillage très lumineux dans les tons jaune-vert et particulièrement découpé.

Tiger Eyes Sumac

A bank of Tiger Eyes sumac adds striking contrast to evergreens and rocks nearby.

First Editions® Tiger Eyes® Cutleaf Staghorn Sumac Rhus typhina Bailtiger

First Editions® Tiger Eyes® Cutleaf Staghorn Sumac Rhus typhina Bailtiger