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A shrub (or bush, however, this is more of a gardening phrase) is a perennial woody plant that grows in small to medium sizes. Shrubs, unlike herbaceous plants, have woody stems that remain above the ground. Shrubs can be evergreen or deciduous. Their numerous stems and lower height, fewer than 6″10 m (20″33 ft), differentiate them from trees. Subshrubs are little shrubs that are less than 2 m (6.6 ft) tall.

Shrubs are perennial woody plants with woody stems that remain above ground (compare with herbaceous plants). The height and numerous stems of shrubs distinguish them from trees. Some shrubs (such as hawthorn) are deciduous, whereas others are evergreen (e.g., holly). Theophrastus, a Greek philosopher, classified the plant world into three categories: trees, shrubs, and herbs.

According to certain definitions, a shrub is less than 6 m (20 ft) while a tree is greater than 6 m. Others utilize a cut-off point of 10 meters (33 feet). Because of less-than-ideal growth circumstances, many tree species will never reach this full height and will instead resemble a shrub. Such species, on the other hand, have the ability to grow higher in perfect growth circumstances.

Subshrubs are tiny, low shrubs that are less than 2 m (6.6 ft) tall, such as lavender, periwinkle, and most small garden rose types.

Shrubs are defined as having numerous stems but no primary trunk, according to most classifications. Because the stems have branched below ground level, this is the case. There are exceptions to this rule, with some shrubs having main trunks that are quite small and split into numerous stems at ground level. Many trees, such as oak and ash, may develop in many stemmed varieties.

Shrubbery is an area of cultivated bushes in a park or garden. When suitable species or kinds of shrubs are pruned as topiary, they generate thick foliage and many tiny leafy branches growing close together. Many shrubs benefit from renewal pruning, which involves hard cutting back to a “stool” and producing long new stems called “canes.” Other shrubs, on the other hand, benefit from careful trimming to show their structure and personality.

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Shrubs are typically thought of as broad-leaved plants in the garden; however certain smaller conifers, such as mountain pine and common juniper, have a shrubby form. Species with a shrubby growth habit might be deciduous or evergreen.

A shrub is a term used in botany and ecology to describe the physical structure or plant life-form of woody plants that are less than 8 meters (26 feet) tall and have numerous stems emerging at or near the base. For instance, in Australia, a descriptive system based on structural features based on life-form, as well as the height and amount of leaf cover of the highest layer or dominating species, is commonly used.

The following structural shapes are classified for shrubs with a height of 2″8 meters (6.6″26.2 feet):

  • A thick canopy of greenery (70″100%) ” shrub-closed
  • Coverage of mid-density foliage (30″70%) ” shrub-in-the-open
  • Patchy foliage coverage (10″30%) ” a thicket of towering shrubs
  • The leaf cover is relatively poor (less than 10%). ” open, towering shrubland
  • The following structural forms are classified for shrubs less than 2 meters (6.6 feet) tall:
  • A thick canopy of greenery (70″100%) ” closed-heath or low shrubland with a closed canopy” (North America)
  • Coverage of mid-density foliage (30″70%) ” open-heath or thick low shrubland in the middle” (North America)
  • Patchy foliage coverage (10″30%) ” a low-lying shrubland
  • The leaf cover is relatively poor (less than 10%). ” open shrubland at a low level

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