garden|gardens in English
[gar·den || 'gɑrdn /'gɑːdn]
plot of ground for growing plants; public park; backyard; yard or lawn next to a house; vegetables or fruits that are cultivated in a garden; flowers cultivated in a garde
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1. The sunk central square is divided into four themes of gardens, including theater, fruit garden, parterre and cascade garden.
2. The garden had 20 specialized gardens, plant landscape construction according to each floristics.
3. That is Botanic Gardens , a heart of green in the garden city of Singapore.
4. My conception of a garden was based on gardens I had visited in England.
5. A Tea Garden, serving home made cakes, is set in one of the walled gardens.
6. The Lost Gardens of Heligan (Cornish: Lowarth Helygen, meaning "willow tree garden"), near Mevagissey in Cornwall, are one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK.
7. Chinese Gardens have irregular layout, density and spacing, far and near, with garden in garden. Variational space sequences become gurgitation and constringency of the rhythm.
8. Gardens in the care of the National Trust are immensely rich in garden statuary of all kinds.
9. 8 Chinese Gardens have irregular layout, density and spacing, far and near,[www.Sentencedict.com] with garden in garden. Variational space sequences become gurgitation and constringency of the rhythm.
10. Shops and garden centres are fully stocked with row upon row of tempting treasures to add to our gardens.
11. Public areas are consist of poolside gardens, beach and resort gardens.
12. Indoor gardening practices, such as Four Seasons Office, create a shared space, the larger natural landscape garden design, these all-weather gardens been welcome.
13. There are five gardens adjoining the abbot's residence, including Totekiko (claimed to be the smallest Japanese rock garden), Isshi-dan, Koda-tei, and Ryogin-tei (a moss-covered garden which is claimed to be the oldest garden in Daitoku-ji, and has been attributed to Sōami).
14. Gardens and amusement parks
15. Except perhaps these gardens.
16. Hothouse in Botanic gardens.
17. In the United Kingdom, water butts are often found in domestic gardens and on allotments to collect rainwater, which is then used to water the garden.
18. He lives at Acacia Gardens.
19. When the weather is suitable, we also serve in the garden, where guests can enjoy alfresco dining beneath venerable fruit trees and right next to our herb gardens.
20. I'm interested in gardens, too.
21. It will also raid vegetable gardens.
22. People have prefabs with big gardens.
23. Gardens, run by a nonprofit foundation.
24. The gardens are all in bloom.
25. Gardens, Museums and a Noted Library