[ fɹˈɪnd͡ʒ bˈʊʃ], [ fɹˈɪndʒ bˈʊʃ], [ f_ɹ_ˈɪ_n_dʒ b_ˈʊ_ʃ]
How to use "Fringe bush" in context?
The fringe bush, commonly known as the devil's gripping vine, is a climbing plant endemic to Queensland. It is a close relative of the common blackberry and can be found in damp areas near waterfalls and in mulga and eucalyptus woodland. The fringe bush is a vigorous climber and can swiftly cover vertical distances. Its leaves are alternate, natricolous and measure up to 25 cm long and 5 cm wide. The flowers are a bright pink and are pollinated by bees.
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