A thicket or jungle, often specified by the name of the prevailing plant; as, oak scrub, palmetto scrub, etc.
Land predominantly covered in species such as bracken, gorse, manuka, kanuka or other woody plant species.
Woody vegetation usually less than 5m high consisting mainly of shrubs, with some trees.
low growing, woody or thorny vegetation cover resulting from the clearance of vegetation followed by regeneration.
Communities dominated by pinewoods with a thick understory of oaks and saw palmetto. Scrubs occupy well-drained, nutrient-poor, sandy soils.
shrubs and small trees, also known as the 'bush'.
dense vegetation consisting of stunted trees or bushes
A vegetation consisting of stunted trees, bushes, and other plants growing in an arid area. An area of arid land covered with such vegetation.
(vegetation): Thicket vegetation dominated by shrubs, generally dense and almost impenetrable.
A growth or tract of stunted vegetation.
Area of land covered with low growing trees and shrubs, such as gorse, hawthorn or juniper
bush composed of small trees
vegetation dominated by shrubs, including thickets.