potager


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potager

(ˈpɒtɪdʒə)
n
(Horticulture) a small kitchen garden
[C17: from French potagère vegetable garden]
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All the careful grafting of the apple trees, the meticulous cultivation of the potager, everything, in effect, that produces the aesthetic effect we admire today, was done in the dictates of earning a living.
C'est aussi le pays des eboulis, des forets incendiees, des arbres inutilement et inconsciemment coupes ou deracines par les mouvements du sol gorge d'eau, des sangliers affames qui ravagent la moindre tentative d'entretenir un potager, des eleves qui doivent se farcir plusieurs kilometres pour rejoindre leurs bancs de classe.
Contractor name : SCOLAN JULIEN - MORIN SEeVERINE LE POTAGER AUX MILLE SAVEURS
It's also popular across northern France, cooked into the potager, a traditional garden soup.
A recent enhancement to the yard is a potager, or kitchen garden, designed with the help of landscape architect Robert Poore.
Highlights include a small arboretum, small potager, a knot garden, pool and bog garden.
THE SECRET to a successful kitchen garden--called a potager in France--is geometry.
The soft-spoken but friendly gardener Joff grows the hotel's succulent herbs and vegetables in the acclaimed potager.
Since buying the 18th Century home at auction 30 years ago, they have transformed the space to include a croquet lawn, grass tennis court and potager garden.
FROM the intimate potager gardens of the monastic period to the rolling acres of the 18th and 19th centuries and back again to the small plots of land that we now call our modern gardens, history has a strange habit of repeating itself and so we are having to find ways to manage our ever smaller gardens for family, flowers and food production.
At the home of Allie and David Elkin in Madison, the vegetable garden, a classic potager, is designed to be both beautiful and productive, and it is not relegated to the backyard.