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roof garden

n.
1. A garden on the roof of a building, especially one found in an urban setting.
2. The roof or top floor of a building designed for use by the public that often contains outdoor seating or dining facilities.

roof garden

n
(Architecture) a garden on a flat roof of a building
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Noun1.roof garden - a garden on a flat roof of a buildingroof garden - a garden on a flat roof of a building
garden - a plot of ground where plants are cultivated
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roof garden

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Would you believe that a rooftop garden measuring only 16 square meters can produce enough vegetables for the consumption of a family of five?
HB Guests can also explore The Rooftop Garden (and stop for a bite to eat in the Rooftop Garden Grill) and Eden, a dynamic entertainment and dining venue with great views of the ocean.
The new buildings houses traditional library spaces as well as a 95-seat lecture hall, computer classrooms, writing center, reading center, tutoring rooms, testing rooms, offices, a conference/board of trustees' room, photo/video studio, 12 study rooms and a rooftop garden with tables and seating.
The building will be rated BREAAM Excellent for sustainability and feature a quarter-acre rooftop garden.
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In celebration of the 400th anniversary of the Bard's death, the hotel is to play host to A Slice of Shakespeare on its rooftop garden on August 21.
Generally, urban agriculture at rooftop garden provides a number of advantages, like enhancing food security, offering environmental, social and economic value to the building, in addition to improving its durability [39].
Bez's 240,000 bees live on a rooftop garden in Manchester city centre and produced their first honey last year - 30 jars' worth.
NEW luxury five-floor hotel complete with a rooftop garden has opened at Dudley Zoo - for bugs.
Planting a rooftop garden is easier than you think.