The differences between tree and bush can be confusing, particularly when you are facing a bush that looks a lot like a tree or vice versa. However, there is a definite difference between trees and shrubs and; although some plants blur the boundaries, in most cases it is easy determine the shape of a particular plant.
The primary characteristic that defines a plant as a tree is its size. The generally most common tree definition, and the one that has the acceptance of the American Forests organization. Is that of a plant, that has a single vertical woody trunk, with a minimum diameter of 3 inches (7.5 cm) and 4 feet (1.2 m) High. Furthermore, the trunk must be perennial; which means, it can not die every winter and grow back every spring. And, finally, the tree must be at least 13 feet (4 m) tall and have a markedly extended crown.
<h2>Definition of bush</h2>
Any perennial woody p