Recent Examples of undergrowth from the Web
Backers envision something similar to Orlando’s Epcot rising from the verdant undergrowth.
FirstEnergy, like all major electric providers, must maintain a year-round vegetation management program to keep trees and undergrowth from contacting power lines and potentially interrupting power service.
Kathan Woods has very little undergrowth so visitors have tremendous views of the rock outcrops and surrounding forest during their visit.
With a cutting width of 72 inches, the Hog can handle tree saplings up to 2 inches in diameter -- perfect for the kind of rough undergrowth that goats are often deployed to.
Ms. Hicks has laid down 200 meters of serpentine aluminum tubes wrapped in colorful, weatherproof textiles; green cylinders are camouflaged in the undergrowth, while brilliant blue loop-de-loops crawl out of the brush.
The area between the two will be planted with cottonwood, oak and sycamore trees and water-loving undergrowth.
And chief gorilla habituator Robert Mulimbi did have to slog through the heavy undergrowth in a makeshift white-guy...
The landscape is among the most representative of Europe, with temperate forests with evergreen laurel undergrowth.
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