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.

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  • 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. – Sue Saddest Farewell TGO GL 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

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

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