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- n. a small garden where vegetables are grown
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Along the irrigation channels of the vegetable garden streams of water were flowing, and now and again Daylight broke off from his reading to run out and change the flow of water.
Gow Yum, twenty years before, had had charge of the vegetable garden of one of the great Menlo Park estates.
A mile to the west at Broadnymet, at the end of a long track, Phil and Rachael led the way out of their farmyard through an orchard and a vegetable garden to the abandoned chapel of St Martin.
Now, before dinner I ran by the most direct route from the vegetable garden to the wool-shed and it took me two minutes.
A lush-looking vegetable garden surrounded it save for a path of basalt rocks to the door, and beyond the garden sugar cane waved.
Predictably, the broad leaves on the delicate boughs shade a good portion of what Lisa and I describe as a non-marriage-challenging vegetable garden that shares the plot with a well-kept backyard.
AH LEW SING was the proprietor of a vegetable garden between the stock yard and the rail-road bridge, on the farther side of the Summerfield canal.