What Is Thorny Bushes?

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Rosebushes one particularly thorny kind of bush. Breyers are another kind of thorny bush. Thorny bushes are not usually recommended as a security mechanism as they can be torn down.
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There are many types of thorny bushes that can be used as a means of home security. The Pyracantha shrub, with it's thorny leaves is a highly recommended shrub to be used by businesses for added security. Another popular shrub that can be used to enhance landscape, but provide thorny protection is the Barberry shrub. These bushes are often times referred to as sticker bushes. Roses are also an effective bush that provides both beauty to the landscaping and protection from intruders.
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