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garden

grown in gardens; cultivated.

garden bean
garden lupin
lupinuspolyphyllus.
garden nightshade
solanumnigrum.
garden pea
pisumsativum.

Patient discussion about garden

Q. I got runny nose every morning and in the evening. Never had this problem before. Worst still is gardening. Why why why?

A. I have Janet Craig, and Corn plan Draceanas, Spider Plants, Chinese Evergreen, Weeping Fig, Pothos,and Peace Lilly; plus others. The largest are the Draceanas and those named are supposed to be among the best at cleaning toxins from the air. They Rubber Plants are a good choice but I'm running out of room! Jade may want some company!

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References in classic literature ?
Of course," said the gardener, "but that does not make it the less unpleasant.
He began gathering the grape-leaves which screened the sun from the grapes, and won the heart of the gardener.
Alice was rather doubtful whether she ought not to lie down on her face like the three gardeners, but she could not remember ever having heard of such a rule at processions; `and besides, what would be the use of a procession,' thought she, `if people had all to lie down upon their faces, so that they couldn't see it?
said the Queen, pointing to the three gardeners who were lying round the rosetree; for, you see, as they were lying on their faces, and the pattern on their backs was the same as the rest of the pack, she could not tell whether they were gardeners, or soldiers, or courtiers, or three of her own children.
They would go up this path and down that one and cross the other and go round among the fountain flower-beds as if they were looking at the "bedding-out plants" the head gardener, Mr.
The young Rajah turned and looked his servitor over--at least that was what the head gardener felt happened.
The door from the office opened, and Johnnie Gardener came in, directing Blind d'Arnault--he would never consent to be led.
the Gardener muttered, taking a key from his pocket, and beginning to unlock a door in the garden-wall.
In due course of time the gardener returned, and said that he had driven round by Mr.
On the first occasion she told me the poison was wanted by the gardener for use in the conservatories.
The dejected gardener went mad soon after Whitsuntide, and had to be sent to an asylum.
He had seen her before either I or the gardener had seen her, though we knew which way to look, and he didn't.