shrubbery

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shrubbery

1. a place where a number of shrubs are planted
2. shrubs collectively
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The shrubberies have become over mature, tall and dense and, in some cases, oppressive and can hide litter and sometimes anti-social behaviour.
It comes two months after travellers left The Shrubberies littered with rubbish and human waste.
One Cannon Park resident contacted the Telegraph annoyed that the measures were necessary and claimed they spoiled the look of The Shrubberies and Tutbury fields.
Very few of the poems in The Shrubberies have been published so far.
The Shrubberies are terse, gnomonic poems of precise moments of perception and apperception, precise encounters with the language of nature and the nature of language.
Councillor John Blundell (Cons, Wainbody) is now campaigning to install measures preventing vehicles entering The Shrubberies.
Pensioners living in the Shrubberies, Cannon Park, have told of their outrage after items including a mountain bike, two shopping trolleys and human faeces were dumped in the leafy suburb.
While the half a dozen traveller families have left The Shrubberies after a fortnight, another group is still camped at Charter-house Fields, off London Road.
It comes after the Telegraph reported two illegal camps had been set up on Charterhouse Fields, off London road, and at The Shrubberies in Cannon Park.
Councillor John Blundell (Con, Wainbody), who lives next to The Shrubberies site, said: "The possession order enables the council to take possession of the land and allows it to use police and bailiffs if necessary.
Coventry City Council's legal team is working to obtain orders from magistrates to evict around 18 families from Charterhouse Fields, off London Road, and The Shrubberies in Cannon Park.
They have moved on to an area of grassland near The Shrubberies, Cannon Park, close to the Kenilworth Road.