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lush in Plants topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlushlush1 /lʌʃ/ adjective  1 HBPDLGplants that are lush grow many leaves and look healthy and strong a lush green mountainous island The fields were lush with grass and flowers.2 BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGvery beautiful, comfortable, and expensive syn luxurious lush carpets3 lush music has a lot of pleasant-sounding instruments or voices together lush vocal harmonies4 informal very attractive or nice – used especially by young people He looks so lush in this pic!
Examples from the Corpus
lushMist ferns daily with plastic spray bottle to keep them green and lush.It was green, lush and luxuriant, ringed by the mountains with snowy peaks.lush fabricsa lush gardenFirst, we need a long, warm, unbroken growing season to provide a plentiful diet of lush herbage.The famous walls and ramparts of the city, now surround lush lawns and leafy trees.Similarly, Colescott paints big, lush narrative acrylics on canvas, hard-hitting narrative works that travel across time and history.They have lush stands of elm trees and will require minimal leveling.