Recent Examples of hedgerow from the Web
Known for her organic-looking plaster sculptures that can appear to be simultaneously eroding and growing, Ms. Al-Hadid is making two 14-foot-tall lacy wall fragments framed by hedgerows that create an outdoor room visitors can enter.
Council members will also discuss a fence at Toddler Park, with options for the fence including choices of boxwood hedgerow, steel tube fencing and aluminum fencing.
My first afternoon, on a walk across miles of old hedgerows, a gypsy mutt chased me across the grass, smiling at me, nipping my heels and waiting for the game to start again.
Protective channels were created where hedgerows existed between open fields.
Yellow-marshy camo clothing won't match an evergreen hedgerow.
There’s a hedgerow garden that includes moss gardens and flower pots, and there’s a cactus and succulent garden.
Ellis followed directions to the spot and crossed a field punctuated by hedgerows.
If surfers, fishermen and retirees are upset over this dune project, imagine what could happen when the corps’ work reaches the hedgerows of the financiers and philanthropists farther west.
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First Known Use of hedgerow
before 12th century
HEDGEROW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hedgerow for English Language Learners
: a row of shrubs or trees that form the boundary of an area
HEDGEROW Defined for Kids
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