greenery

[gree-nuh-ree]
noun, plural greeneries for 2.
1.
green foliage or vegetation; verdure.
2.
a place where green plants are grown or kept.

Origin:
1790–1800; green + -ery

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greenery (ˈɡriːnərɪ)
 
n , pl -ries
green foliage or vegetation, esp when used for decoration

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Example sentences
Thus, people in a fairly featureless landscape do well, with the sky and
  greenery being cloned quite seamlessly.
Fill tubes with water, insert flowers, and tuck them into the greenery.
Openings in the stucco wall behind the banco frame views of greenery on the
  other side.
Place tiki torches among greenery in your garden, and portable lanterns along
  the entry walk.
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