shrub

[ US /ˈʃɹəb/ ]
[ UK /ʃɹˈʌb/ ]
NOUN
  1. a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
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How To Use shrub In A Sentence

  • Brigalow vegetation is found to the east, and gidgee (A. cambagei) woodlands or shrublands are scattered across the region on alluvium or other more fertile clay soils. Eastern Australia mulga shrublands
  • To acidify soil, sprinkle two tablespoons of aluminum phosphate or sulfur around the shrubs in early fall.
  • If you were to take out two or three shrubs to let the remainder breathe, what sort of rhythm would be left? Times, Sunday Times
  • Still, the same rule can be applied in a household garden when planting herbaceous plants and smaller shrubs.
  • One morning, while visiting in a Blackfoot Indian camp, I saw the men smoking kinnikinick leaves, and I asked if they had any legend concerning the shrub. Wild Life on the Rockies
  • Unlike much of the valley, the shrubs and trees closer to the building were unburnt. WHEN THE APRICOTS BLOOM
  • To the rear of Old Hall is a large walled garden that has lawns and a variety of plants and shrubs, as well as strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, rhubarb, plum and apple trees.
  • Garden walls and fences may offer protection from cold, but the wind can push forward any shrubs growing against them. Times, Sunday Times
  • Meanwhile, I'll continue to grow it as a background shrub and cut its aromatic mauve branches for flower arrangements.
  • To the front and rear of the house are lawns and shrubberies, but the grounds also contain two acres of young trees, a wildlife pond, mature woodland and banks of rhododendrons.
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