Shrubs of the Redwood Forest
This shrub produces delicious berries that almost every animal in the forest loves, including humans. It can grow to almost eight feet and enjoys both sun and shade. It is also one of the most common shrubs in our forest. The berries are edible and highly tasty!
Salal can grow to 6 feet tall in our forest and is also one of the most common shrubs. The fruit is favored by birds but can also be eaten by humans. The greenery is also used by florists who put it in their flower displays.