3 thoughts on “ Thicket

  1. Thicket, ditch Through the thicket “thicket” of coverage - English Only forum broke the plains scarcely more than would a hazel thicket - English Only forum stark amid a thicket of salmonberry with the trunks of - English Only forum The hazel thicket was a lace-work, of half-open leaves, and the last dusty perpendicular of the catk.
  2. A thicket is a very dense stand of trees or tall shrubs, often dominated by only one or a few species, to the exclusion of all others. They may be formed by species that shed large numbers of highly viable seeds that are able to germinate in the shelter of the maternal plants.
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