Definitions for "Plant community"
An assemblage of plant species that occur widely enough across the landscape to be recognized as a unit. This assemblage can be a pioneer group of species, a late successional group, or a combination of both.
An inter-related and interdependent assemblage of vegetation having structural and species diversity (i.e., Western red cedar, Western hemlock, salal, Oregon grape, Evergreen huckleberry, Sword fern, mosses, and lichens).
a group of plants typically found together and dominated by key species
a group of plant populations that shares a common environment and interacts with animal populations and the physical environment
All of the plant populations occurring in a shared habitat or environment.
A group of one or more populations of plants in a common spatial arrangement. (FSM 2060)
Keywords:  grows, together, group, commonly
a group of plants that commonly grows together.
A group of plants found growing together