It had died down in winter and come up again in the spring until it was as thick and shrubby
as some tropical garden-grass.
Presently the trees grew thinner, and the shrubby
undergrowth more abundant.
Upon the shrubby
hill of its edge Weena would have stopped, fearing the darkness before us; but a singular sense of impending calamity, that should indeed have served me as a warning, drove me onward.
The work of mowing and maintenance shrubby
masses - the first 7 batches of the twenty municipalities of Greater Nancy - the Lot o 8 on the outskirts of the Meurthe.
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.
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.