[ sˈuːmat͡ʃ], [ sˈuːmatʃ], [ s_ˈuː_m_a_tʃ]
Related words: sumach leaves, sumach tree, sumach bark, sumach leaves, sumach tree, sumach bark
How to use "Sumach" in context?
Sumach, also known as Rhus sumac, is a member of the Rhamnaceae family and a broadleaf evergreen tree native to Asia Minor and the Mediterranean region. Sumach is notable for its intensely bitter-tasting, non-poisonous leaves, which are generally oval or elliptical in shape and around 5-10 cm in length and width. The small, white flowers are pollinated by bees, and the fruit is a small samara pod which contains several winged seeds.
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