rose garden


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Noun1.rose garden - a garden for growing rosesrose garden - a garden for growing roses    
garden - a plot of ground where plants are cultivated
bed of roses, rose bed - a flower bed in which roses are growing
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rose garden

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In silence, in love, and in reverence he buried, in the little rose garden that had been Jane Clayton's pride and love, the poor, charred form and beside it the great black warriors who had given their lives so futilely in their mistress' protection.
Returning to the rose garden, he stood among the Hun trampled blooms and bushes above the grave of his dead-with bowed head he stood there in a last mute farewell.
She came slowly towards the two men through the overgrown rose garden, a thin, pale, wild-eyed child, dressed in most uncompromising black.
I turned instinctively to the walk beneath my study-window, where I had seen her the evening before with her little dog, and followed the path which her dear feet had trodden so often, till I came to the wicket gate that led into her rose garden.
In the Rose Garden at Selby the roses are white and red.
The first was a handsome sitting-room, with windows opening upon the rose gardens.
It smells like a hundred rose gardens, and I have put it between the sheets for my very sparest room bed, where you shall sleep when you come to see me, you dear thing.
The property developer launched his eagerly-awaited rose garden at the centre of a PS5.
However, that doesn't preclude his latest challenge where he is making a superb rose garden in the grounds at Wynyard.
COUNTRY singer Lynn Anderson - who had a 1971 hit with (I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden - has died aged 67.
The international rose garden at Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park is one of the world's leading rose gardens, attracting thousands of visitors each year.
Lee's Rose Garden is an intimate retelling of Arlington National Cemetery's tragic beginnings, and sheds new light on this profound chapter in American history.