In this way, how do you describe a Bush?
When used to describe the land, the bushmeans a wooded area, but not dense forest. It is usually dry andnitrogen-poor soil, mostly grassless, with thin to thick woodyshrubs and bushes, with some eucalypt trees.
Also asked, what are the characteristics of shrubs?
Characteristics of a Shrub
- Lack of a trunk: They branch near the ground hence do not havea well-defined trunk and rather have many stems.
- Broad leave plants: Shrubs are usually as such.
- Hardy plants: They grow in all types of soil and arehardy.
- Shrubs are seasonal since they generally thrive in a sunnyenvironment.
A Difference in Foliage Some consider a bush to have stems and leavesthat are almost touching the ground. A shrub can be tallerthan a bush, but not as tall as a tree and have thickerfoliage than a bush. A shrub can be groomed, pruned,and shaped while a bush is usually left to growwild.