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King James Dictionary
G`ARDEN, n. Eng. yard, an inclosed place L. hortus.
1. A piece of ground appropriated to the cultivation of herbs, or plants, fruits and flowers usually near a mansion-house. Land appropriated to the raising of culinary herbs and roots for domestic use, is called a kitchen-garden that appropriated to flowers and shrubs is called a flower garden and that to fruits, is called a fruit garden. But these uses are sometimes blended.
2. A rich, well cultivated spot or tract of country a delightful spot. The intervals on the river Connecticut are all a garden. Lombardy is the garden of Italy.
Garden, in composition, is used adjectively, as garden-mold, a rich fine mold or soil garden-tillage,the tillage used in cultivating gardens.
G`ARDEN, To layout and to cultivate a garden to prepare ground to plant and till it, for the purpose of producing plants, shrubs, flowers and fruits.
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