Answer: Brief explanations of Herbs, Shrubs, Climbers, and Creepers are:
Herbs are those plants whose stems are soft green and perishable. They have a very short life span of one or two seasons. Herbs are Wheat, Paddy (Rice), Cabbage, Tomato, Mustard, Radish, Sunflower, Carrot, Ginger, and Turnip.
Shrubs are those plants that have woody stems, equal-sized branches, and stems arising very close to the soil. Due to their closeness to the soil, they are very bushy and only 3 metres tall. They can be grown in all types of soil. The most suitable climates to grow shrubs are warm and hot (sunny weather).Examples of Shrubs are Croton, Lemon, Tulsi, Rose, Jasmine (Chameli), Bougainvillaea, China rose, Pomegranate, and Heena (mehndi)
The plants with weak, long, and thin green stems that require support like walls, trees, etc., to grow or carry the weight are called Climbers. They have very flexible and long stems with highly soft tissues, which helps them grow rapidly. Their modifications, also called tendrils, help them climb the walls and get stuck there. Examples of climbers are Sweet gourd (petha), Bitter gourd (Karela), Bottle ground (Lauki), Grapevine Passionflower, and Glory lily.
These plants grow horizontal to the soil or ground due to very weak stems; hence they can not stand upright. They usually creep along the ground, therefore the name. Their lifespan is more than one year. Example of Creeper: Bottle gourd, watermelon, pumpkin, strawberry, Bougainvillaea, Cucumber, Bignonia, cucumber, etc.