We have a tag that is reasonably well used with 97 entries (44 this year), and we have a tag with 5 questions this year and none before. Is there any noteworthy difference between a shrub and a bush? And if not, can we make bush a synonym for shrub.

  • I've wondered the same thing. I thought I remembered using bush one time and it turned into shrubs, so I figured it was a synonym already. Jul 14 '15 at 23:28
  • No difference at all...it is like calling soil, dirt. Bushes is NOT a professional term...shrub is correct.
    – stormy
    Aug 13 '15 at 23:06

I agree J.Musser! Shrub is the same as bush only more...professional...sort of like soil and dirt! Soil is professional and dirt is dumb! Grins


I've removed from the questions, it is unnecessary. It will disappear shortly.

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