shrub (part of speech: noun)
gorse, pussy willow, heather, cranberry, hibiscus, rosemary, myrtle, sagebrush, tamarisk, rhododendron, lilac, gooseberry, pomegranate, forsythia, chokeberry, fuchsia, rose of sharon, mesquite, mistletoe, oleander, poison sumac, spiraea, blueberry, huckleberry, guava, gardenia, privet, blackberry, azalea, bayberry, jute, blackthorn, zenobia, sisal, syringa, milkwort, furze, holly, cotton, shrub, currant
wood (part of speech: noun)
tree (part of speech: noun)
cypress, elm, rosewood, poplar, tamarack, mahogany, butternut, laurel, balsa, lemon, acacia, mulberry, cassia, dogwood, avocado, yew, redwood, banyan, balsam, mimosa, weeping willow, willow, mountain ash, pear, sycamore, gum, cashew, pecan, orange, ebony, fir, lime, linden, teak, ironwood, quince, oak, fig, sequoia, almond, palm, eucalyptus, peach, breadfruit, spruce, coconut, apple, chestnut, citron, larch, apricot, magnolia, ash, locust, alder, sandalwood, mangrove, papaya, cedar, aspen, elder, cottonwood, beech, cherry, pine, maple, tree, walnut, birch, hickory
- " And there is the juniper- tree," he continued, when they stepped out into the fields, " where we-" and then he suddenly cried aloud, and stretched out both his hands into space. - "Dame Care", Hermann Sudermann.
- Pounded juniper berries 1 pound. - "On the cattle plague: or, Contagious typhus in horned cattle. Its history, origin, description, and treatment", HonorÃ© Bourguignon.
- Ask any robin if he ever ate anything less ascetic than the frugal berry of the juniper, and he will answer that his vow forbids him. - "The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886", Ministry of Education.