Bushes Are Great For Areas That Have Limited Space
What’s the difference between a bush and a shrub? Both are smaller than trees, but when people speak of a bush they usually mean a plant with many branches or stems that’s less than six feet six inches tall. Because of this, a bush can form part of the midstory of a garden between the lawn or ground cover and the taller shrubs and trees. Bushes are often used to divide a garden into distinct areas or "rooms" and to provide privacy. They also add line, form, texture and color to the garden.