Malcolm Griffiths http://www.royalgazette.com Malcolm Griffiths en-us The shrub has grown to an intoxicating plant <img src="/storyimage/RG/20150505/COLUMN10/150509873/AR/0/AR-150509873.jpg" width="100" align="left" /></a> In the 17th and 18th century, a shrub could be a beverage of rum or brandy mixed with sugar and the juice of the rind of a citrus fruit. How times change, when a shrub is now simply a well-grounded plant that when used creatively either as a stand-alone subject or in a mass planting can still produce an intoxicating effect on. .. http://www.royalgazette.com/article/20150505/COLUMN10/150509873&source=RSS Tue, 05 May 2015 05:03:00 GMT http://www.royalgazette.com/article/20150505/COLUMN10/150509873&source=RSS <img src="/storyimage/RG/20150505/COLUMN10/150509873/AR/0/AR-150509873.jpg" width="100" align="left" class="main-image" /></a> In the 17th and 18th century, a shrub could be a beverage of rum or brandy mixed with sugar and the juice of the rind of a citrus fruit. How times change, when a shrub is now simply a well-grounded plant that when used creatively either as a stand-alone subject or in a mass planting can still produce an intoxicating effect on. ..