As you walk through the Sawyer Preservation Woodlot, you will be greeted by an entire spectrum
of vegetation. In this section, we focus on that found near eye level -- shrubs -- those that are in our face but we may
know little about -- and tend to ignore.
Shrub - defined...
A woody plant of relatively low height -- usually less than 10 ft (3 m) tall, having several stems --
none of which is dominant, arising from the base and lacking a single trunk; sometimes called a bush.
In 2008, the woodlot was surveyed with an inventory taken of the shrubs present. The following is a list of those identified with links
to further information about them.