kitchen garden

NOUN
  1. a small garden where vegetables are grown
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How To Use kitchen garden In A Sentence

  • Through the flower and fruit garden, against whose high outer walls peach trees and nectarines were trained to the sun, through the stables, the vinery, the mushroom house, the asparagus beds, the rosery, the summer-house, he conducted her — even into the kitchen garden to see the tiny green peas which Holly loved to scoop out of their pods with her finger, and lick up from the palm of her little brown hand. Indian Summer of a Forsyte
  • We emerged from the kitchen garden and walked around a roofless octagonal dovecote and into an artificial glade. TOY SHOP
  • Through the half-open door, she heard the unmistakable tread of Justus the steward, dragging one lame foot on the stone path through the kitchen garden.
  • It was then time to dig over the kitchen garden, although we now had help.
  • Between the kitchen garden and the church, there is also the herb garden, growing the aromatic and medicinal herbs considered essential by our ancestors. Times, Sunday Times
  • It also features a walled kitchen garden and an amphitheatre for open-air performances in the summer. Times, Sunday Times
  • They have also developed affordable micro irrigation kits such as the bucket kit, drum kit and micro sprinklers suitable for kitchen gardens, nurseries, home gardens, etc.
  • We emerged from the kitchen garden and walked around a roofless octagonal dovecote and into an artificial glade. TOY SHOP
  • Rotary cultivators are ideal in the kitchen garden for digging and preparing seed beds quickly, particularly on difficult soils.
  • There is no smarter way to edge up a vegetable patch or kitchen garden than with box hedging.
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