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GARDEN

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An enclosed piece of ground devoted to the cultivation of flowers, fruit or vegetables and/or recreational purposes. Use more specific term where known.

Related Terms

Term Note
ALLOTMENT A share or portion of land, allotted to a person, often used for growing, vegetables, fruit, etc.
BACKLANDS An area of open ground associated with a medieval urban dwelling.
COUNTRY HOUSE A rural residence or mansion.
GARDEN BUILDING A building or structure set in a garden. Use a more specific term where possible.
GARDEN FEATURE Unspecified landscape feature. Use more specific term where known.
GARDEN HOUSE A small ornamental building in a garden, usually one-storied and consisting of one room. Use a more specific term where known.
GARDEN ORNAMENT A decorative feature or structure set within the area of a garden. Use more specific term where known.
GARDEN TERRACE A flat, level area of ground within a garden. Often raised and accessed by steps.
GARDEN WALL A stone or brick wall either in, or enclosing, a garden.
GREEN An area of grass or parkland, especially at the centre of a village.
PARK An enclosed piece of land, generally large in area, used for hunting, the cultivation of trees, for grazing sheep and cattle or visual enjoyment. Use more specific type where known.
TEA HOUSE A refreshment house in a public park or country house garden.

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