from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like a garden; having the appearance or free symmetrical style of a garden, in which the form of the beds may be varied from formal geometrical outlines: applied to the laying out of grounds.
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On my own side of the river the view is more gardenesque, as it consists principally of the enclosed pleasure-ground of the plantation Besancon.
In a setting as green and English gardenesque as this, you sort of have to, I think.
A fig tree is just so gardenesque, don’t you think?