Herbs are small plants that have soft stems. Most wild flowers and grasses are herbs. Herbs make up a layer beneath the shrub layer of a forest. This layer consists of plants like ferns, mosses and mushrooms that grow close to the ground.
The herb layer is often at its most beautiful in spring, when wild flowers like violets bloom. It is an important source of food for caterpillars and other insects and the most interesting life of the forest found in the habitat of the ferns, grasses and other herbs.
Mice, insects, snake, wood turtles, toads, and many other creatures including some species of birds live in the herbs layer. Deer hide their young in these layers, While other animals conceal themselves in it While stalking their prey. In short, there is always something happening in the herbs layer of a forests.