potager

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potager

(ˈpɒtɪdʒə)
n
(Horticulture) a small kitchen garden
[C17: from French potagère vegetable garden]
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Ce chemin oublie traverse une foret verdoyante ou prolifere l'arbousier (assisnou), si genereux en fruits que les randonneurs n'ont pas manque de croquer avec succulence, avant de s'arreter au niveau de Oued Fridoun, qui alimente les vergers et les potagers familiaux en eau d'irrigation.
The main garden is to the rear of the house where the formality of the front garden is continued with a herb parterre and two symmetrical potagers.
Deborde par ce sentiment de passivite qui regne, et la tendance a ne rien produire que des plaintes, et ne rien faire que consommer, le createur du projet a eu l'idee de faire des toits des maisons des potagers et des mini-fermes
This episode combines the best of both worlds as he visits some of France's finest kitchen gardens, or potagers, and even steals a cucumber from a nun.
He visits potagers - gardens in which both vegetables and flowers are planted together in elaborate yet productive and functional displays.
BAY LAUREL (Laurus nobilis) The thick, leathery dark green leaves of laurus nobilis make the bay tree a favourite for topiary, especially in potagers and herb gardens.
Conjointement, l'essor des jardins d'agrement et potagers garantit tine vocation economique au site, renforce les liens sociaux et le sentiment d'appartenance: le glissement du maraichage professionnel au jardin amateur conforte l'identite agricole du site.
Technology also had a role to play: the new fashion for installing stoves called potagers in the homes of wealthy Parisians made it possible to produce reliably the new class of silky sauces, including a proto-Hollandaise, that required precise temperatures and constant stirring.
Closer to home, the potagers at Barnsley House in Gloucestershire, created by the late Rosemary Verey, demonstrate how successful a slightly more modest example of this variety of gardening can be.
Depuis l'inauguration du premier jardin de l'agriculture urbaine communautaire (AUC) en 1997 et jusqu'en 2002, une cinquantaine de potagers de tailles differentes ont ete semes.