hedgerow

[hej-roh]
noun
a row of bushes or trees forming a hedge.

Origin:
before 950; Middle English; Old English heggerewe. See hedge, row1

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hedgerow (ˈhɛdʒˌrəʊ)
 
n
a hedge of shrubs or low trees growing along a bank, esp one bordering a field or lane

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Example sentences
If a tractor is coming your way the left side of your car is scratched by the
  hedgerow you narrowly avoid crashing into.
Once you dive into a section, navigation requires more backtracking than a
  hedgerow maze.
She knew every field, every hedgerow and every clump of trees.
If you desire to plant a hedgerow, you can simply choose from the same species
  that would be planted in a field border.
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