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shrub

a woody plant less than 10 metres high in which there are abundant side branches and no real trunk.
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The strawberry-like red fruit of Arbutus unedo is not the only reason to grow this lovely shrubby tree.
the Cantaloupe-Mint Shrub, Blueberry-Lavender Shrub, Benjamin Franklin's Shrub, Red Beet and Peppercorn Shrub, Velvet Tango Room's Fig Shrub Cocktail, Summer Tomato and Celery Shrub, Shrubby Mary, and Apple-Cardamom Shrub.
Site or Habitat Tree Vegetation Group cover area cover height PSC Tipical cerrado 20-50% 3-6 m Open cerrado 5-20% 2-3 m Shrubby fields 0-5% - Urban trees 90-100% 4-12 m ABV Degraded fields 5%-20% 2-3 m with trees Streets, lawns, - - erosions and buildings Dense rocky 50-70% 5-8 m cerrado Tipical rocky 20-50% 3-6 m cerrado Open rocky 5-20% 2-3 m cerrado Shrubby rocky 0-5% - fields Open rocky - - fields Wet grasslands Road and roadsides Site or Habitat Description Group PSC Tipical cerrado Arboreal - shrubby Open cerrado Arboreal - shrubby - herbaceous Shrubby fields shrubby - herbaceous Urban trees Planted or exotic trees.
Flat field, and northward that shrubby windbreak (oaks?
Today, the site primarily consists of a successional shrubby old-field and a honeysuckle-Siberian elm dominated woodland.
An herbaceous or sub shrubby plant whose natural habitat originated from mountainous regions such as the Alps, Andes, Himalayas and the Rocky Mountains.
According to the scientists, about the size of a small zebra, Eurygnathohippus woldegabrieli-named for geologist Giday WoldeGabriel, who earned his PhD at Case Western Reserve in 1987-had three-toed hooves and grazed the grasslands and shrubby woods in the Afar Region.
Prune dogwoods and shrubby willows grown for their ornamental stems.
The foliage of the artemisias such as wormwood, the silver-disks of Lunarias, the dried flower heads of hydrangeas, and the red bark of the red-stemmed shrubby dogwoods are but examples of using plants during the winter season to add color to our lives.
Expert tip: This broad–spreading, shrubby tree produces lots of suckers and if you dig the soil by its roots, when a root is damaged it will throw up a new shoot.
SEATON: Eve Patterson, Emily Stuart, Ella Dixon, Lauren George, Stasis Seaton, Casey Crossman, Kate Hardy, Millie Smith, Robyn McLeod, Rachel Muld, Christi Anderson, Catherine Ricalds, Beth Hurst, Shrubby Swinburne.