Translation of bushy in Spanish:


poblado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈbʊʃi/

adjective bushier, bushiest

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    (beard) poblado
    (beard) espeso
    (eyebrows) tupido
    (eyebrows) poblado
    (undergrowth) espeso
    • Grass is a plant that grows thick and bushy when healthy.
    • Anyway, we have this drive from our place to the street, and along it grows this bushy hedge thing.
    • Lablab comes in two main forms: a bushy plant, or one which grows like a vine.
    • He wore an ill-fitting gray suit, and had long, bushy sideburns that grew into his mustache.
    • During the voyage most of the prisoners had grown quite bushy beards.
    • They are thriving, healthy and bushy and have grown to about 6-7ft tall, and still show no sign of flowering.
    • They grow big and bushy very quickly, therefore making the garden look full and well established.
    • It's extremely slow-growing, making a small bushy plant.
    • It grows upright and bushy on strong stems with dense, long-lasting foliage.
    • Depending on variety, schizanthus will grow from 1-2 feet in height, forming a neat, bushy type plant.
    • Plants are bushy, so space seedlings at least a foot apart.
    • Full sun encourages a full, bushy plant and the best blooms.
    • It's a bushy plant that has very disease-resistant dark green foliage.
    • The bushy plants are maintained at a height of six to eight feet.
    • These are bushy, vigorous plants with deciduous leaves of deep green.
    • These small, bushy plants literally bloom nonstop with an extraordinary abundance of petite flowers.
    • If the plant is too bushy, the inner leaves do not get sun and air circulation, making it an easy target for plant disease.
    • Once plants are bushy, these stakes are difficult to install without damaging foliage.
    • It consisted of three large bushy plants and half a dozen smaller individuals.
    • By spring they will have produced bushy plants ready to carry on throughout the summer.