Definition of bog garden in English:

bog garden

Line breaks: bog gar¦den


A piece of land laid out and irrigated to grow plants which prefer a damp habitat.
More example sentences
  • Despite the dry weather, plants in the bog garden have been growing strongly.
  • One way of dealing with damp areas in the garden is to plant a bog garden with plants such as arum lilies, tree ferns and sedge grasses.
  • These last are growing in our bog garden and, despite having been split and divided for the past two years, look set to reach cabbage proportions this year.

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