Unlike trees, which have a single trunk, shrubs are woody or semi-woody plants that branch out from the base.know more
These are large, permanently woody plants. Although there is no standard definition of what constitutes a tree, trees are generally understood to be plants reaching at least six metres in height during maturity.
This group of plants represents a mixture of the two aforementioned groups. However, there is one feature that they have in common: the fact that they can all be grown in pots or beds for periods varying from several months to many years.know more
Plants found in this group include those with distinct smells, hence the term “aromatic plants”.know more
Palm trees are typical examples of tropical flora. They are one of the planet's oldest plants and are found in a large number of gardens. They are mainly found in the tropics and originate from desert areas.know more
This group of plants is mainly characterised by the need for some form of shelter from winds and a high tolerance to a lack of direct natural light.know more
Climbing plants have long stems, are woody, semi-woody or herbaceous, and need to be secured to a frame or prop, since they cannot stand upright without support.
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