This dental office trims their shrubs to look like molars
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Shrub calendar with every bush and flower available in game, and valiant statue for a sundial! 🌸🌞🌿
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Shrub calendar with every bush and flower available in game, and valiant statue for a sundial! 🌸🌞🌿
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Why the fk do roundabouts have shrubs in the middle that prevent you from seeing the other side?

I tried to think of a reason why those might exist, but came up with none other than maybe trying to keep nz green. I feel like every time I come across these, it's a hazard to safe driving, so many times I'm about to go through I'm surprised by a car coming around the roundabout that I couldn't see because of those plants.

edit: thanks for the replies. I think many have replied with the reasoning of what they are there, and I think I can see the theory behind it. However in practice, I don't think it's worked as well as intended: There're many times where I've checked right, no car there, so I start moving, but then a car comes around the corner and either I power through and the other guy has to put on the brakes or I put on the brakes and the other guy goes through. Neither of us has done anything wrong, but still has resulted in one of us having to put on an unnatural maneuver to get around the situation.

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A professional bush/shrub trimming v.redd.it/kbg3t7kxpqb61
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Destroy Shrubs --Quick XP. I just discovered what Epic considers a "shrub." It's the leafy plant in the pic, between the round bushes with flowers. They are scattered around Retail, and only take one hit to destroy.
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No one gets my excitement over this. So I present to you, the coolest shrub I’ve ever seen that I walk past every day :) reddit.com/gallery/ksjd8q
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Shrub Sculptures In Dubai
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Mowing the lawn and trimming the shrubs. v.redd.it/kdqtwy9672g61
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Uncle Pulltab mowing the shrubs
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How bumblebees squeeze through small spaces when dodging branches and shrubs
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Northern hemisphere preppers, 'tis the season to order bare-root trees and shrubs for spring planting

In shopping for various fruits and berries to add to my own collection, I'm seeing pretty decent availability at US online stores at the moment, but later in the season many places sell out even in years when people are off traveling instead of staying home and thinking about self-sufficiency.

If everything's frozen where you're at, you can stash your plants in your basement or garage, or even in the fridge, until the ground thaws. If the ground is workable, you can plant things out right away.

As well as shopping online, look for local plant nurseries and check the websites of local farms or directory of vendors at your local farmers' market to see who's growing plants and seeds bred specifically for your area.

There are many preparedness advantages to starting a garden and gardening with perennials, even if you can't become totally self-sufficient:

  • Improves quality of ingredients available regardless of supply chains. Grow spices like sage, rosemary, basil, parsley, thyme, oregano, and chives rather than trying buying their expensive and lower-quality dried versions and storing them in space where you could be keeping calories.
  • Can decrease overall grocery costs, if you garden frugally. Like any other hobby, gardening can get expensive if you encourage it to, but it absolutely doesn't have to.
  • The routine, control, and outdoor time provided by gardening can benefit mental health
  • Plants can multi-task: fast-growing nut trees can be coppiced for firewood, thorny fruiting shrubs can form an impenetrable hedge for home security, etc
  • Perennial plants, once established, can weather a year or two of neglect and still make food if an emergency renders you unable to garden for weeks or months
  • Less lawn means less mowing, which means more time to do other things
  • Some plant-based medicines are better than nothing if commercially produced medicines are unavailable, because scientists studied the natural options to discover the chemicals used in conventional medicines. OTC medications are preferable to herbal when available, because their dosages are consistent and they're lab-tested, of course.
  • Composting biodegradable waste (food, paper, etc) for your garden reduces the amount of garbage you have to remove from your property on a regular basis, which is a great lifestyle prep against being directly inconvenienced by any interruption to trash service

So, this is just your friendly reminder to shop for those plants you've been wanting no

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My neighbor figured out we were using a universal remote to control her TV and watch through her windows. She found our lawn chairs set up in her shrubs. What can we do for entertainment now?

We're bummed. No TV.

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Stem section from a flowering shrub [OC]
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Tearing out shrubs for more pollinator-friendly plants--found a wormsnake in the roots! It was rehomed nearby.
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All those busy commuters show the small shrub some love ...
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The Milestone Quest Destroy Shrubs is now available it was somehow bugged or something but right now i've been able to do it but only with these. there are several on Holly Hedges.
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OI GITA LOAD OV DIS SNEEKY LAD, EZ' A ZOGGIN SHRUB
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This is my WW2 PAK40 crew I built into a relic M35 recovered from Kharkov. Definitely new to me building one in this style. Used floral foam, natural items, and grass/shrubs from hobby lobby reddit.com/gallery/le2pkb
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Shrub. Part 10.
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Side garden borders with native shrubs newly planted.
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Red-tailed Bumblebee foraging on Berberis darwinii flowers . Makes an excellent hedge or shrub for foraging insects , nesting cover for birds and fruits for winter feed .
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FYI- Erie County Soil & Water and the NYS DEC tree and shrub seedling programs are accepting orders! Supplies are limited and orders are due sometime in March. Help re-tree WNY!
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Need help identifying these shrubs or plants so I can surprise my wife with her own quasi escape room secret garden. Also what kind of small tree is that on the wall?
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Latest haul! Not sure if I'll outdoor sow the ones needing stratification, or if I'll try doing it in the fridge. Also first time trying shrubs from seed.
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When you use a proper gaming chair (for info you cant go over shrubs or trees or rocks in game) v.redd.it/iu91i9qk51g61
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enjoy the silence of shrubs growing reddit.com/rpan/r/distant…
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Rewatched Family Shrub and this came into fruition
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Renovating and extending old bed for flowering shrubs: re-use or replace existing soil?

TL;DR- should I attempt to reuse the soil in this largish, old East Anglian garden bed (maybe 35mΒ²) and, to the extent that I replace/supplement soil, should I use only topsoil or a mixture of topsoil, compost and/or vermiculite?


We moved last June into a place that has been pretty well neglected for probably the better part of a decade, so last summer and autumn have been occupied with remedial work to building and grounds, including restoration of lawn, wisteria and roses and clearing of scrub, nettles, brambles and removal of a nasty mess of slate chips mixed in with weed matting.

Now it's time to think about introducing some new shrubs to brighten up the place and ready for this coming summer, but first, I need to get the garden beds into good order starting with one on the left of this photo, which is where I could use some advice.

As you can see, I have mostly cleared the scrub leaving little more than three Buddleia davidii in various conditions plus what I believe to be a B. globosa, which I gather needs to be pruned differently from B. davidii.

There are two things here: first is condition of the existing soil, including disposal of more slate chips largely submerged in the surface soil; second is extension of the bed roughly as described by the red line.

I'm a novice gardener, so I'm making my best guesses here:

The soil is readily compacted, cloying and retains a lot of moisture. The time of year doesn't help, nor does the fact that that bed gets less sun than the other side, but it's still pretty clumpy and cloying in the summer. When it does dry out, it goes hard on the surface, and it takes a fair bit of work to break up lumps when forking it over. I think that means it's heavy in clay.

Beneath the surface, the soil is a paler brown, which I think suggests low organic content. There are substantial patches of mycelium (which I gather is not a problem) and, at least in some parts of the garden, there are ant colonies below thatch and in the soil†. Even if they're not a problem horticulturally, I'm not keen them.

The second issue is how to extend it and whether and how much of the old soil to reuse. The ground is not level and is not terribly well drained (lots of moss in the lawn around there, plus it still squelches underfoot since the last rainfall a few days ago), so I will at least have to build up some of it. I gather it needs to be at least 8 inches deep.

I calculate that's abou

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Just in case you didn't know, these ferns count towards the destroy shrubs challenge. v.redd.it/0ml0j4svoof61
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Inspired by u/Lady_Pie’s event calendar and a suggestion for a shrub calendar, here’s my own rendition!
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Could anyone help identify these privacy shrubs?
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found in Northwest Florida. some sort of dwarf tree or shrub. not just random it was definitely planted. there were three Next to the building. The bottom of it may be groomed. sorry I don’t have a closer pic.
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Background Edit. Would like the background the middle to not have the bare branches and the houses. Maybe make it like the shrubs seen on the left & right? Also maybe make entire concrete sign brick OR add prettier plants in front of it?
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My sim deciding to do her homework in the shrubs way off the home lot at sunset because she is the ✨✨ ✨main character ✨✨✨ reddit.com/gallery/l1da7g
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AITA for not removing my oleander shrubs unless my neighbor pays for them?

Recently I did some landscaping to my yard. One of the things I added was a bunch of oleander shrubs to line the sides of my yard, which I think look really nice.

My neighbor wants me to get rid of the shrubs. She says they’re really poisonous and knew some kids when she was younger that ate them and died. She’s worried because her son (who has some sort of mental disability) likes to put things in his mouth.

I said I will get rid of the shrubs if she pays me for them since I can’t return them. The total costs for the shrubs is $300. She thinks I’m being an asshole for expecting a single mother living off of disability payments to pay me that much money.

She also said she wouldn’t pay me even if she did have the money because I should have looked into the plants and found out whether they were poisonous in the first place. She says by not getting rid of them I’m putting her kid and all the other kids on the street in danger.

I just feel like it’s the responsibility of the parents to keep their kids from eating random plants and I shouldn’t have to eat the cost to remove them when I like them where they are.

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Shrub. Part 9.
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Heres a few hundred Native Tree and Shrub Species being Propagated by Hardwood Cutting in less than 20 Seconds!

I spend a lot of time in the woods, and the Riparian areas are my favorite. We can all do our part for the riparian plant and wildlife species that depend on them by helping expand the riparian areas, similar to how Beavers help the landscape!

Swales, Hugelmounds, Replanting and other land improvement techniques can yeild us all a healthy place for forage and enjoyment for CENTURIES!

https://youtu.be/YyvgA4ht4LI

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Tree and shrubs
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House is off a relatively busy neighborhood road and I’m looking into tall shrubs to help with noise- recommendations?

One of the bedrooms faces the road and the noise can be annoying at night. To reduce the sound pollution and to add privacy to the front yard I’m thinking of getting some tall shrubs. We have a split level home so I’m not sure if 12 foot shrubs like emerald green arborvitae will suffice or if I should get something taller like juniper that can get up to 25 feet.

I want to enjoy my front garden with more privacy for the most part and know that shrubs will only do so much about traffic noise. We live in the suburbs but the road in front of our house leads to major streets so we get a decent amount of traffic. Just looking for recommendations.

Edit: I’m in zone 7 US

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So true u/purple_shrubs
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[OC] First time doing a kingdom, I’m open to any criticism and advise! Im planning on fixing the rivers a bit. I’m uncertain of how to make the forests look less like shrubs and how to put landmarks like cities and villages on the map. Could really use the help!
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Shrub. Part 10.
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I proudly showed my son, "Check this out! Bought a new shrub trimmer today!" He shrugged and replied, "That's great, dad." I continued...

"It’s cutting hedge technology!"

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Just finished adding the shrubs to this 3D printed Mt Lee
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This shrub I walked passed at my neighborhood looks like a Goomba
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Feeling like a stalker lurking in the shrubs
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Shrub-ox (Euceratherium collinum) reddit.com/gallery/l3secd
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20 Seconds, 500 Propagations of Native tree and Shrub Species youtu.be/YyvgA4ht4LI
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