(1) It is so dense growing that it can make a bushy ground cover, great looking as well as saving work by smothering weeds.(2) Plants are bushy , so space seedlings at least a foot apart.(3) Anyway, we have this drive from our place to the street, and along it grows this bushy hedge thing.(4) Lablab comes in two main forms: a bushy plant, or one which grows like a vine.(5) By spring they will have produced bushy plants ready to carry on throughout the summer.(6) These small, bushy plants literally bloom nonstop with an extraordinary abundance of petite flowers.(7) They are thriving, healthy and bushy and have grown to about 6-7ft tall, and still show no sign of flowering.(8) Full sun encourages a full, bushy plant and the best blooms.(9) The Mt Keira tram way line passed directly through this bushy area.(10) Her theme is her environment in the rural Kidds Beach area, the mat of undergrowth in the bushy Eastern Cape forests and her deep love for this.(11) For long-distance training, they run in a bushy area about 6km from the school and sometimes train along the beach.(12) If the plant is too bushy , the inner leaves do not get sun and air circulation, making it an easy target for plant disease.(13) They grow big and bushy very quickly, therefore making the garden look full and well established.(14) Grass is a plant that grows thick and bushy when healthy.(15) It consisted of three large bushy plants and half a dozen smaller individuals.(16) Depending on variety, schizanthus will grow from 1-2 feet in height, forming a neat, bushy type plant.
(1) bushy eyebrows :: bushy fulufulu mata
1. thick ::
2. shaggy ::
3. unruly ::
4. fuzzy ::
5. bristly ::
6. fluffy ::
7. woolly ::
8. luxuriant ::
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