A woody plant of less size than a tree, and usually with several stems from the same root.
Perennial woody plants with no major central stem. Sound seed.-Seeds that are filled with living tissue and that are potentially viable.
A woody perennial plant differing from a tree by its lower stature and by producing several basal stems instead of a single trunk. This group includes: tall shrub, greater than 2 m tall (e.g., Alnus crispus, Salix alaxensis); low shrub, between 0.4 and 2 m tall (e.g., Betula glandulosa, Salix glauca); and dwarf shrub, less than 0.4 m tall. Dwarf shrubs are further divided into erect dwarf shrub, less than 0.4 m tall with erect stems (e.g., Vaccinium uliginosum, Ledum decumbens, Betula nana); hemiprostrate dwarf shrub, very short, generally less than 0.15 m tall, with a semi-erect or trailing stem (refers here mainly to Cassiope tetragona); prostrate dwarf shrub, lying flat on the ground (e.g., Dryas, Arctous rubra, Salix arctica).
a woody plant with many stems, branching below 1.5 meters tall.
A liquor composed of vegetable acid, especially lemon juice, and sugar, with spirit to preserve it.
Spirits, fruit juices, and sugar, aged in a sealed container such as a cask or crock, then usually bottled.
a slow maturing drink. Fruit such as currants or citrus fruits and sugar are boiled or left to marinade until ready to sieve through a jelly bag, then mixed with brandy or rum, bottled and left 6-8 weeks to mature.
An old-fashioned sweetened fruit drink, sometimes spiked with liquor. Recipe: Old Southern Berry Shrub