A row of shrubs, or trees, planted for inclosure or separation of fields.
A barrier of bushes, shrubs or small trees growing close together in a line. A hedge is similar but pruned.
A hedge of shrubs and or trees growing along a bank, usually bordering a field or road.
topographical term for a row of trees and bushes forming a hedge; a typical feature of the Normandy landscape, hedgerows there grow on three- to five-foot earthen embankments. [Further information
a fence formed by a row of closely planted shrubs or bushes
a line or grouping of trees, shrubs, perennials, herbs, annuals, grasses and vines planted along fence lines, property lines or water areas
A hedge of plants that are nitrogen rich and succulent, used to contain sharp shooters and reduce the numbers that enter the vineyard.
Rows of trees and shrubs that form a border and can provide food and cover for wildlife.
A row of closely planted shrubs, bushes, etc. forming a hedge, which can be used as a fence or barrier.