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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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"These two strategies work hand in hand--heritage cattle breeds like the Raramuri Criollo are well adapted to shrubby landscapes, but we can also manipulate parts of the landscape to promote grasses, livestock production, and biodiversity," says Bestelmeyer.
The study, published in the journal Biodiversity And Conservation, looked at 36 gardenborder sized plots planted with perennials and shrubby plants native to one of three geographical regions, the UK, the northern hemisphere excluding the UK and the southern hemisphere.
Quantify the usevalue (potential utilization value) of woody species mentioned by fishers and sampled in structural surveys of two phytophysiognomies (shrubby and forest) of resting vegetation; 2.
Rich in oligosaccharides of common shrubby everlasting (Helichrysum stoechas), it comes from a controlled, traceable supply chain, realized in partnership with producers based on the southern Atlantic coast of France.
Even among seasoned gardeners, the shrubby perennial with vivid candlelike blooms often elicits the question: "What is that?"
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.
Flat field, and northward that shrubby windbreak (oaks?) tangled
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.
Interestingly, the bandage on the beef mummy contained remnants of an elaborate balm made of fat or oil and resin from a Pistacia tree, which was a luxury item in ancient Egypt, a shrubby desert plant.
? Prune dogwoods and shrubby willows grown for their ornamental stems.