stephanandra

Shrub vs Stephanandra - What's the difference?

shrub | stephanandra |


As nouns the difference between shrub and stephanandra

is that shrub is a woody plant smaller than a tree, and usually with several stems from the same base or shrub can be a liquor composed of vegetable acid, fruit juice (especially lemon), sugar, sometimes vinegar, and a small amount of spirit as a preservative modern shrub is usually non-alcoholic, but in earlier times it was often mixed with a substantial amount of spirit such as brandy or rum, thus making it a liqueur while stephanandra is any of the genus (taxlink) of deciduous shrubs with wavy-margined leaves.

As a verb shrub

is (obsolete) to lop; to prune.

Deciduous vs Stephanandra - What's the difference?

deciduous | stephanandra |


As an adjective deciduous

is (biology) describing a part that falls off, or is shed, at a particular time or stage of development.

As a noun stephanandra is

any of the genus (taxlink) of deciduous shrubs with wavy-margined leaves.

Genus vs Stephanandra - What's the difference?

genus | stephanandra |


As nouns the difference between genus and stephanandra

is that genus is while stephanandra is any of the genus (taxlink) of deciduous shrubs with wavy-margined leaves.