Definition of Italian garden in English:

Italian garden

Line breaks: Ital|ian gar¦den

noun

A type of garden characterized by clipped trees, box-edged beds of flowers, paved paths, statues, fountains, etc., and often arranged in terraces.
More example sentences
  • And, how often I have envied those expansive, bright green impeccable Italian gardens pictured in gardening books on my bookshelf!
  • All that remains of the eighteenth-century Italian garden are three terraces with geometric topiary shrubs.
  • To the rear of the house is a sunken Italian garden with geometric box edged beds that has colourful shrubs and herbs plus a circular pond.

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