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landscape gardener

n.
One whose occupation is the decoration of land by planting trees and shrubs and designing gardens.

landscape gardening n.
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landscape gardening

n
(Horticulture) the art of laying out grounds in imitation of natural scenery. Also called: landscape architecture
landscape gardener n
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land′scape gar`dening


n.
the art or trade of designing or rearranging large gardens and grounds, as on an estate.
[1795–1805]
land′scape gar`dener, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.landscape gardening - working as a landscape gardenerlandscape gardening - working as a landscape gardener  
gardening, horticulture - the cultivation of plants
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Translations
فن تخطيط وتَنظيم مَنظَر الحدائِق
zahradní architektura
havearkitekturlandskabsarkitektur
kertépítéstájkertészet
skrúîgarîyrkja, landslagshönnun
záhradná architektúra
bahçe düzenlemesi

landscape gardening

narchitettura dei giardini
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

landscape

(ˈlӕndskeip) noun
1. the area of land that a person can look at all at the same time. He stood on the hill surveying the landscape.
2. a picture showing a view of the countryside. He paints landscapes.
verb
to do landscape gardening on. We are having our back garden landscaped.
landscape gardening
the art of planning and laying out gardens, parks etc.
landscape gardener noun
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References in classic literature ?
For as in landscape gardening, a spire, cupola, monument, or tower of some sort, is deemed almost indispensable to the completion of the scene; so no face can be physiognomically in keeping without the elevated open-work belfry of the nose.
Above him, at the angle of the steep green bank of the terraced garden, was one of those small picturesque surprises common in the old landscape gardening; a kind of small round hill or dome of grass, like a giant mole-hill, ringed and crowned with three concentric fences of roses, and having a sundial in the highest point in the centre.
At the September 29 hearing, the court heard how Graham failed to carry out agreed landscape gardening services and general building work after taking payment from his customers.
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Ryan Page, 18, of Wood End, Coventry, secured an apprenticeship in landscape gardening with Whitefriars Housing.
Romantic Age authors Washington Irving and Edgar Allen Poe are among those who represented landscape gardening in the Hudson River Valley.
AN award-winning landscape gardening firm has marked its 15th anniversary with a move to new premises in Huddersfield.
THE smell of cut grass brings nostalgic memories back to many people but for those in the field of landscape gardening it's quite a frequent occurrence.
THE Welsh College of Horticulture at Northop is to host one of the five heats in the 2008 World Skills UK Landscape Gardening competition - one of more than 70 run annually in the UK and in countries across the world.
While landscape gardening does indeed enhance both the esthetic and the financial value of any property, novice gardeners can find it an intimidating aspiration.

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