formal garden


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Noun1.formal garden - a garden laid out on regular lines with plants arranged in symmetrical locations or in geometrical designsformal garden - a garden laid out on regular lines with plants arranged in symmetrical locations or in geometrical designs
garden - a plot of ground where plants are cultivated
Translations
jardin à la française
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The land is one great wild, untidy, luxuriant hothouse, made by Nature for herself, but taken possession of by man, who has studded it with gay houses and formal gardens.
He went to one of the great windows, and looked out at the stiffly embanked river and the formal gardens which lay beyond it.
There are volunteering roles which involve the great outdoors - tending to the formal garden or maintaining the wider estate.
There is a choice of two walks, either two miles through the grounds and ending at the formal garden, or a gentle one mile stroll.
Bull rides, Trampolin along with minor repairing, Painting, Eloctro-Mechanical Items at Formal Garden in Eco-Tourism Park at AA-II from the period 01.
Sean, an occupational health adviser and nurse, used the imagery of Hadrian's Wall and Gertrude Jekyll's garden at Lindisfarne to create wilderness on one side of the wall and a formal garden on the other.
Meanwhile a master plan is being drawn up to recreate the estate's formal garden and lawns as well as a kitchen garden, woodland garden and restoring a cedar avenue.
Supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund, plans are being developed to restore the cemetery, creating a visitors centre and formal garden.
That's because Anthony is estate manager at St Donats Castle - a 60-hectare site which includes a stunning two-acre formal garden.
There are less queues for one thing and the formal garden structure and layout can be more clear when the trees are bare.
Occasionally illustrated with charts, designs, and photos, "Planting Design Illustrated" covers basic planting design principles and concepts (including the Formal Garden), then goes on to cover approaching a planting design problem, the relationship of plants and human beings when designing a landscaping project, plants and spaces, the developmental history and trends of formal gardens, naturalist planting design using Chinese gardens as a model, as well as the English style natural garden.