potager


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potager

(ˈpɒtɪdʒə)
n
(Horticulture) a small kitchen garden
[C17: from French potagère vegetable garden]
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Highlights include the vine walk - a formal terraced potager with mixed flowers and vegetables, divided by a central canal with a new brick loggia at the top, as well as magnolia and malus walks, jubilee tower and a collection of interesting shrubs.
Their most ambitious new project is the Potager - an ornamental French-style kitchen garden next to the cottage.
Les soeurs contournent les privations alimentaires en installant un poulailler, en amenageant un potager, puis un clapier.
On the new menu is Boulud's signature cuisine, inspired by his four culinary muses: la tradition, classic French cuisine; la saison, seasonal delicacies; le potager, the vegetable garden; and le voyage, exploring the flavours of international cuisines, with a particular emphasis on the rich and varied foods of the Mediterranean and locally sourced ingredients.
That's why--after years of gazing wistfully out her front window at the property's only sunny patch and imagining a kitchen garden there--Joan hired landscape designer Cameron Scott to make the potager a reality.
POTAGER gardens area wonderful French invention which combine the cultivation of fruit, flowers and vegetables in the same area.
Nearby, a formally styled potager garden bears herbs and vegetables that rotate with the seasons.
Elle n'a pas de potager, ni d'animaux de basse-cour ni d'arbres fruitiers.
The Queen is bang on trend with her policy of using liquid seaweed to stimulate growth in place of the synthetic fertilisers, and in banning the use of chemicals in her potager.
C'est la que l'on retrouve : les animaux domestiques, le jardin potager entretenu pour la consommation familiale et les pruniers pour faire la palinca, encore indispensable sur la table du Certezan.
The coloured stems of Swiss chard look great in a potager or take the place of ornamental plants in decorative pots.