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compost a mixture of decaying leaves, vegetables, or manure that is used to improve garden soil.
Eden the garden where the first humans lived, according to the Old Testament in the Bible; Garden of Eden. [1/2 definitions]
garden the British word for an area around one's home planted with grass, flowers, or other plants. This meaning of garden has the same meaning as the American word yard. [2/3 definitions]
geranium a garden plant with red, pink, or white flowers that grow in bunches.
gladiolus a garden plant that has long leaves and colorful flowers growing on tall stems. It is a member of the iris family.
hoe a garden tool with a thin, flat blade at the end of a long handle. It is used for breaking up the soil and removing weeds. [1/2 definitions]
hollyhock a common garden plant that has tall stalks covered with bright flowers.
lattice a flat framework made with strips of wood or other material. The strips cross each other and have open spaces in between. A lattice is often used as a screen on a porch or in a garden.
marigold a garden plant that bears yellow, orange, or red and yellow blossoms.
nasturtium a kind of garden plant that grows close to the ground and has bright yellow, orange, or red flowers. Nasturtium leaves and flowers can be eaten.
pansy a garden flower that has flat, rounded petals that feel like velvet. Pansies grow in many colors.
parsley a garden herb used to season or decorate food.
peony a garden plant with large pink, red, or white flowers. [1/2 definitions]
petunia a common garden plant that has flowers shaped like trumpets.
snapdragon a garden plant that has spikes of colorful flowers.
sundial a device that stands in a garden or on a lawn to show the time of day. A sundial has a flat, round disk with numbers and a pointer that casts a shadow. As the shadow moves across the numbers, the sundial shows what time it is.
trowel a hand tool with a broad, curved blade used for digging dirt in a garden. [1/2 definitions]
wrought iron a soft iron, used in making garden furniture, candle holders, and other strong objects with fancy shapes and details.
zoo a place where living animals, especially wild ones, are kept for people to look at. The word "zoo" is short for "zoological garden."