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This quick growing, shrubby perennial from Africa is grown as an annual here.
Carolina and Virginia roses can make a thick, shrubby patch.
In front of him, a huge wall of windows is serving up a wide view of Silicon Valley—a brown, shrubby stretch clear out to the Santa Cruz Mountains.
These cultivars tend to be shrubbier and bloom somewhat later, which minimizes the chance they’ll be damaged by a late freeze.
Spurred by warmer growing seasons, such shrubby vegetation as alders and willows have crept uphill, replacing alpine tundra the sheep feed on.
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