Question by  mcHelen (24)

How can I learn to start identifying bushes?


Answer by  lauryn (194)

I would got to a large book store like Barnes and Nobles to find a book about gardening or landcaping. Find a basic landscaping book like Landscaping for Dummies. This should contain information like identifying plants and bushes. Lots of times these kinds of books have pictures which help in identifying bushes.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

My best advice to you would be go online and do some research or go to your local library and get a book to look at and study because there are alot of poisonous shrubs abd bushes and you wouldn't want to make a mistake or go to your local nursery they may have some pamphlets you can take.


Answer by  secondbanana (289)

The best way to learn the identity of bushes is to study gardening catalogs. The pictures are very good and the descriptions are very helpful. Look around at different landscaping designs and test yourself with the knowledge you have gained.


Answer by  mellysa (162)

Acquire a book that tells you the difference. If you want to save money you can check one at your local library or even search online. Wikipedia is great.


Answer by  catman529 (809)

You can do many things to learn - for example, I might look plants up on Dave's Garden PlantFiles. Lots of people, photos, and info that can help you learn.

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