Some articles on shrubs:

The Shrubs - History
... Future Shrubs singer Nick Hobbs had previously managed Henry Cow and after living in Stockholm for a year joined Swedish band Kraeldjursanstalten ... Staples Band, but changing name to The Shrubs before first release Full Steam Into The Brainstorm, a 6-track 12" EP in July 1986 on the Ron Johnson label ... Grebby, who had been the bass player for original Ron Johnson artistes Splat! Shrubs contributed Bullfighters Bones to the NME's famous C86 album ...
... Corokia species are shrubs or small trees with zigzagging branches ... The stems of the shrubs are dark when mature, covered with downy or silky hairs (tomentum) when young ... The shrubs prefer forests and rocky areas, sun or light shade, reasonably well drained soil, and moderate watering ...
List Of Horticulture And Gardening Books - Books - Shrubs & Trees
... Bean, W.J, Trees and Shrubs Hardy in the British Isles The Hillier Manual of Trees and Shrubs ...
C. P. Lyons - Bibliography
... Trees, Shrubs and Flowers to Know in British Columbia, 1952 ... Trees, Shrubs and Flowers to Know in Washington, 1956 ... Trees, Shrubs and Flowers to Know in Washington and British Columbia, 1995 (with Bill Merilees) ...
List Of Trees And Shrubs By Taxonomic Family
... The following is a list of widely known trees and shrubs ... Taxonomic families for the following trees and shrubs are listed in alphabetical order, likewise the genera and closely related species ...

Famous quotes containing the word shrubs:

    He put before them another parable: “The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed that someone took and sowed in his field; it is the smallest of all the seeds, but when it has grown it is the greatest of shrubs and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and make nests in its branches.”
    Bible: New Testament, Matthew 13:31,32.

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