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Difference between shrubs and trees

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The tree is tall and tall. The difference between its trunk and canopy is obvious. People often plant it as a green plant. The tree has strong vitality and rarely infects diseases and insects during its growth. The shrubs are mostly clustered, and their plants are usually below 3.5 meters. The shrubs are suitable for growing in cool and dry climates.

Difference between shrubs and trees

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Many people do not know where the difference between shrubs and trees is. There is a big difference between tree and shrub vigor. Trees usually refer to tall trees, and their trunks and crowns are very different. Trees are divided into deciduous trees. The leaves of this type of trees will start to fall in autumn and winter and the dry season, until they fall out.

shrub

Shrubs usually refer to small trees with no obvious trunk and clustered trunks. These trees are usually perennial, mostly broad-leaved plants, and some are conifers. Shrubs are divided into various categories such as flower viewing, fruit viewing, and branch viewing. The common shrubs are rose, forsythia, rose, sand willow, and spring.

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Arbors are often planted on both sides of the road as green trees. These trees like to grow in fertile, loose, and well-drained soil. People mostly grow in warm areas, and their cold tolerance is not strong. Arbors have a strong vitality, so long as the plants are exposed to sufficient light during cultivation, they are rarely infected by pests.

shrub

The shrub plant is usually below 3.5 meters. Its stem is between grassy and woody. Its upper part is grassy and its lower part is woody. The shrub has strong shade tolerance and does not require much light. Shrubs like to grow in cool and dry climates, and the requirements on the soil are not strict. Normal soil can grow.