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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 ?
For fountains, they are a great beauty and refreshment; but pools mar all, and make the garden unwholesome, and full of flies and frogs.
When she had passed through the shrubbery gate she found herself in great gardens, with wide lawns and winding walks with clipped borders.
With a sort of senile and passionate suspicion he groped his way to the dark back parts of the mansion, and eventually found a servants' entrance that opened on to the garden.
All his food was brought to him from the Gardens at Solomon's orders by the birds.
I have sometimes stalked away from him, intimating that if his regard was to be got so cheaply I begged to retire from the competition, but the Gardens are the pleasantest club in London, and I soon returned.
My own garden is my own garden," said the Giant; "any one can understand that, and I will allow nobody to play in it but myself.
This girl is grieved at my habit of living almost in the garden, and all her ideas as to the sort of life a respectable German lady should lead have got into a sad muddle since she came to me.
THEN he took out the handkerchief of onions, and marched out of the garden.
And there are plenty of vegetables left in the garden.
Seen from above the garden was certainly shabby; but I perceived at a glance that it had great capabilities.
And it was a wonderful coincidence, the good lady thought, that the artist should have planted these scarlet-flowering beans--which the humming-birds sought far and wide, and which had not grown in the Pyncheon garden before for forty years--on the very summer of Clifford's return.
This done, she returns to the garden, and approaches the mysterious figure on the lawn.