tea garden

(redirected from Tea Gardens)
Also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

tea garden

n.
1. A garden open to the public where tea and light refreshments are served.
2. A tea plantation.

tea garden

n
1. (Cookery) an open-air restaurant that serves tea and light refreshments
2. (Agriculture) a tea plantation

tea′ gar`den


n.
1. a tea plantation.
2. an outdoor restaurant serving tea and other refreshments.
[1795–1805]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tea garden - a public garden where tea is servedtea garden - a public garden where tea is served
garden - a plot of ground where plants are cultivated
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Tenders are invited for Supply , Installation, Commissioning of 365 and 380 KVA silent DG sets to Tea gardens under ATCL
There are presently 317 tea gardens in Terai-Dooars region and 87 gardens in Darjeeling hills and more than five lakhs people are directly or indirectly involved in this industry.
The move by the government to increase tea production as well as improve the conditions of the tea gardens is quite timely and, thus, most welcome.
The Boseong tea gardens were granted a PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) in 2005 by the Korean Ministry of Agriculture and there is a pLan to have them all named, charted and localised, following the concept of the famous Darjeeling Tea Estates in India.
Never before have we had a situation where a strike has affected the functions of tea gardens as it is doing today," said Jay Guha Neogi, manager of the Monteviot tea garden.
There are 162 tea gardens in Bangladesh which produce approximately 60 million kilograms of tea annually from about 53,259 hectares of land.
Kolkata: Tea production in northern West Bengal, home of the world famous Darjeeling tea, was badly hit on Tuesday as majority of the tea gardens remained shut on the second day of the strike called by trade unions.
View some of Darjeeling's 80 tea gardens with a ride on the antique Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, operating since 1881 and nicknamed the "Toy Train" for its narrow gauge.
In Dibrugarh District, there are 258 tea gardens with 1,70,000 employed labourers and 2.
com | THE sister cafe to the above Wyndham Tea, Waterloo Tea Gardens is a tiny tea-loving haven tucked away in Penylan.
He spent nine years touring tea gardens in Africa and India before embarking on his unusual career testing thousands of different blends.
One of the methods used to solve problems of tea growing and increase quality and quantity in production is renovation of tea gardens [2].