Lemonadeberry: Rhus trilobata

Overview of lemonade bush (the common name), scientifically named, Rhus trilobite, which is a common shrub seen in many areas of New Mexico. Photographed on 7 May 2005 at Aguirre Springs on the Pine Tree Trail.
Overview of <em>Rhus trilobata</em> bush.
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Closeup of new leaf growth on <em>Rhus trilobata</em> bush.
Closeup of new leaf growth on Rhus trilobite. Photographed on 7 May 2005 at Aguirre Springs on the Pine Tree Trail.
Leaves of Rhus trilobite turning red in the fall. The leaves can turn a brilliant red, adding beautiful color in the fall to the hillsides. Photographed on the Long Frijoles Canyon Loop Trail, Bandelier National Monument, 28 October, 2003.
Leaves of <em>Rhus trilobite</em> turning red in the fall.
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