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  • These scrub species are much-branched, non-sprouting, aromatic semishrubs with soft wood and evergreen leaves.

    Great Basin shrub steppe

  • Just now a heavy-headed elk, with much-branched horns fully three feet long, stood and looked at me, and then quietly trotted away.

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • Description: Spreading, much-branched bush, shrub or tree to 6 m high (normally 3-5 m).

    Chapter 7

  • FLOWERS: Borne on a much-branched red inflorescence.

    Chapter 7

  • Description: Small much-branched, often multi-stemmed, straggling deciduous shrub to 3 m or more.

    Chapter 7

  • Description: An erect much-branched herb (rarely decumbent), usually 0. 5-1.2 m high.

    Chapter 7

  • Description: A small erect much-branched herb, usually about 20-30 cm high, arising from a narrow tuber.

    Chapter 7

  • Description: An evergreen, much-branched, usually multi-stemmed shrub or small tree to 6 m high.

    Chapter 7

  • Description: A much-branched spiny shrub or tree up to 10

    Chapter 7

  • Description: Usually a much-branched multi-stemmed shrub,

    Chapter 7

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