- 1 1.1 (for ornamental plants) jardín (m) front/back garden (esp BrE) jardín del frente/de atrás or del fondo Kent is the garden of England Kent es el vergel de Inglaterra the Garden of Eden el Paraíso Terrenal, el (Jardín del) Edén Garden of Remembrance Jardín (m) del recuerdo, Parque (m) del recuerdo (AmL) rose garden rosedal (m), rosaleda (f) everything in the garden is lovely o rosy (BrE) todo marcha a las mil maravillas (before n) garden chair silla (f) de jardín garden city (BrE) ciudad (f) jardín garden fork horca (f), bieldo (m), horqueta (f) (Chi) garden furniture muebles (mpl) de jardín garden hose manguera (f) para regar garden seat banco (m) or (Méx) banca (f) de jardín garden shears tijeras (fpl) de jardín garden suburb (BrE) ciudad (f) jardín garden waste desechos (mpl) de jardínMore example sentences1.2 (for vegetables) huerta (f), huerto (m) (before n) garden produce frutas (fpl) y verduras (fpl) de la huerta
- What if you don't want to give up space in the flower garden to grow fruit, or if your soil is too poor?
- The patch of ground she was sweeping is now a smart lawn rimmed with flowers and a vegetable garden.
- To extend the growing season, he said his students also grow flowers in the garden's border.
- 2(gardens pl)(public, on private estate) jardines (mpl), parque (m) botanical gardens jardín (m) botánicoMore example sentences
- The water department is trying to recycle these sources of waste water for further use, such as watering parks and public gardens or street-cleaning.
- We've got a beautiful arboretum and gorgeous public gardens and a world class aquarium and nature trails and historical mansions.
- Private gardens, public parks, tall avenue trees, lake and ponds; these are the features of Bangalore than multiplexes and neon signs.
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