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New Jersey Tea
Sharon Lovett
Shrubs of the Black Oak Savannah & Woodlands

Shrubs found in this plant community include a variety of species characteristic of tallgrass woodlands such as: Black Huckleberry, Bush Honeysuckle, Common Blackberry, Dryland Blueberry, Low Sweet Blueberry, New Jersey Tea, Upland Willow, Smooth Wild Rose and Poison Ivy.

Shrubs of the Moist Red Oak Forest

Unlike the low shrub and prairie understory found in the dry, tallgrass woodlands in High Park, the understory of moist Red Oak forests are characterized by tall shrubs. Beaked Hazel, Choke Cherry, Maple-leaved Viburnum, Mountain Maple, Nannyberry, Red-osier Dogwood, Round-leaved Dogwood and Witch-hazel form a dense shrub layer.

Bush Honeysuckle
Karen Yukich

See also:

- Shrubs of High Park (pdf)

- Forests

- Savannahs & Woodlands

Witch-hazel
Karen Yukich
Purple-flowering Raspberry
Mehdi Zarrei
Sweet Fern
Karen Yukich
Poison Ivy
Karen Yukich
Staghorn Sumac
Steven Rose
Black Huckleberry
James Kamstra
Upland Willow
James Kamstra
Low Blueberry
James Kamstra
 
Running Serviceberry
James Kamstra
Dryland Blueberry
James Kamstra

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