a garden at the rear of a house
(formerly) a place where bears were exhibited and where bear-baiting took place
a garden attached to a pub, where people can sit and drink beer
a planned town of limited size with broad streets and spacious layout, containing trees and open spaces and surrounded by a rural belt
a flat with direct access to a garden : typically, a garden flat consists of basement accommodation in prewar property, but some are in purpose-built blocks in urban areas
a flexible tube which carries water and is used to water a lawn or garden
a long strip of ground which people walk along to get from one part of a garden to another, such as from the entrance to the garden to the door of a house
pea 1 (sense 1 ), pea 1 (sense 2 ), pea 1 (sense 3 )
the plant Dianthus plumarius
a seat, usually kept permanently outdoors in a garden
Soil is the substance on the surface of the earth in which plants grow.
a wall surrounding a garden or separating two gardens
a part of a garden where herbs are grown
a field of hops
(esp formerly) a formal garden of intricate design
A rock garden is a garden which consists of rocks with small plants growing among them.
A roof garden is a garden on the flat roof of a building.
a garden for growing roses
an open-air restaurant that serves tea and light refreshments
a district of central London : famous for its former fruit, vegetable, and flower market, now a shopping precinct
a garden which features displays of flowering plants
a fleshy annual garden impatiens ( Impatiens balsamina ) with roselike white, lavender, yellow, pink, or red blossoms borne along the main stem in leaf axils
A garden centre is a large shop, usually with an outdoor area, where you can buy things for your garden such as plants and gardening tools.
a pungent-tasting plant, Lepidium sativum, with white or reddish flowers: cultivated for salads, as a garnish, etc: family Brassicaceae ( crucifers )
an unheated wooden frame with a glass top, used to protect young plants from the cold
→ another name for gnome 1 (sense 2 )
city in SW Calif.: pop. 165,000
a plant of the goosefoot family, Atriplex hortensis, which is cultivated as a vegetable and used like spinach
A garden party is a formal party that is held out of doors, especially in a large private garden, during the afternoon .
a cylinder having an absorbent surface and a handle, used for spreading paint
shears used for gardening
any of several land snails common in gardens, where they may become pests, esp Helix aspersa, and sometimes including Cepaea nemoralis, common in woods and hedgerows
→ the Garden State
a suburb of a large established town or city, planned along the lines of a garden city
any of a group of arctiid moths, mostly boldly marked, often in black, orange, and yellow, of the genera Arctia, Parasemia, Euplagia, etc, producing woolly bear larvae and typified by the garden tiger ( Arctia caja )
→ another name for gardening tools
A market garden is a small farm where vegetables and fruit are grown for sale.
a public park that is dedicated to peace
a small ornamental garden mainly composed of an arrangement of pebbles
a formal garden set below the main level of the ground surrounding it
a market garden
a garden of evergreen plants and plants that flower in winter
a place in which plants are grown, studied, and exhibited
an informal style of garden which has beds planted with a great variety of traditional flowers
a household flower garden planted solely for growing flowers that are to be cut and displayed indoors
cultivated or farm-produced goods, such as fruit and vegetables
organic refuse generated by gardening
You can use garden-variety to describe something you think is ordinary and not special in any way.
any of several small brownish-grey European songbirds of the genus Sylvia ( warblers ), esp S. borin, common in woods and hedges : in some parts of Europe they are esteemed as a delicacy