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Discussion in 'Crops & Gardens' started by Steve North, Oct 20, 2020.
But what about hedges?
And why don't your "bush" or "shrub" your bets?
Hedges are just manicured bushes at the edges of your property and serve the same purpose as a fence which is to make your neighbors even better neighbors.
Bush bets? Isn’t that for the bush leagues?
I had a neighbor who tried to dominate the market on such bushes:
I bought 50 shrubs..
I planted those bushes all in a row along the property edge..
I then had a hedge on the edge of luscious bushes and sharp shrubs..
@John Brunner, that's a nice shrubhog. Or is it a bushhog?
This is why I stick to indoor plants.
Excepting the Clinton White House, "rubber tree" only has one meaning.
It's a bushbeast, Einstein!
Naw......THIS is a bush hog but it’s hibernating for the winter.
That thing looks wicked... We up here don't have exactly that but we do have something that is a bush hog..
But, if you don't purchase the "Bush Hog" brand, you are buying a brush hog!
Or a Shrub Shredder.
Or a Hedge Hacker.
WOW! I would have liked to borrow that! Unfortunately I sold my big tractor and have turned field to hay and let neighbor have it.
Which might extend the original question about difference. Is brush different than a bush?
Or, is brush just a bunch of bushes that might get turned into shrubs?
OK, y'alls avatars are making me do a double-take to see who's talking.