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Then we have a garden-a wild, uncultured place, where figs and lemons, olives "blackening sullen ripe," and prickly aloes flourish in rank profusion, side by side; and a loggia, where we sit at twilight drinking our Chianti wine and listening to the nightingales; and a study looking out on the bay through a trellis of vine-leaves, where we read and write together, surrounded by our books.
My exercise, therefore, was confined to the garden-a pleasant spot, now that midsummer had come, and inhabited with winged and crawling creatures, with whom I claimed companionship, especially with the red, furry caterpillars, that have, alas, nearly passed away, and given place to a variegated, fantastic tribe, which gentleman farmers are fond of writing about.
Christie was wrapping Claude in a plaid, and preparing to wheel him round the garden-as quiet and uninteresting a person, to all appearance, as one could fancy a child's nurse to be.
I stepped out into the garden,-a patch of sward with a fountain in the centre, and parterres, now more filled with weeds than flowers.
She gave it to him out of her own garden-a nobleman's daughter.
The reader may now understand what the prison-yard is to the two hundred prisoners in the Conciergerie: their garden-a garden without trees, beds, or flowers-in short, a prison-yard.
His garden-a parallelogram of seventy-two feet by twenty-three, confined by brick walls-lay at the back of our domicile, which excluded all but the late afternoon sunshine.
The world is no longer seen as a battlefield, where it is true, women do not belong; but as a garden-a school-a church-a home, where they visibly do belong.
The reason is, to give room for the cows to run through when they break into the garden,-as they do sometimes.
Indeed, I offered him a Connecticut six; but he wittily said that he did not like a weed in a garden,-a remark which I took to have a personal political bearing, and changed the subject.
I wish it were possible to grow a variety of grape like the explosive bullets, that should explode in the stomach: the vine would make such a nice border for the garden,-a masked battery of grape.
On the way up, keeping to the steeper and abrupter route, one catches sight of the monks' garden-a little paradise with vines, beehives, onions, lettuces, cabbages, marigolds to colour the risotto with, and a little plot of great luxuriant tobacco plants.
He stepped out into it as into a garden,-a garden of those old-time flowers in which antiquity has become a perfume full of pictures.
A single candle, in a low, brass candlestick in the middle of the table, scarce threw enough light to reveal the scene; but its flame shot deep into the golden, crystalline depths of a jar of honey standing close beside it-honey from the bees in the garden-a scathing but unnoticed rebuke from the food and housekeeping of the bee to the food and housekeeping of the woman.
They were both seated in the little room that adjoined the hall, and their only light came through the door opening on the garden,-a gray, indistinct twilight, relieved by the few earliest stars.

Examples of Garden-a

Example #1
Here, also, just opposite my desk, hangs Mueller's copy of that portrait of the Marquise de Sainte Aulaire, which I once gave to Hortense, and which is now my own again.
Example #2
Nay, from this very window, one might almost pitch an orange into the empty vettura standing in the courtyard of the Croce di Malta!
Example #3
Mother rode over to Barmouth occasionally, but seemed more glad when she went away than when she came.
Example #4
Aunt Mercy seldom left home; my schoolmates did not invite me to visit them; the seashore was too distant for me to ramble there; the storehouses and wharves by the river-side offered no agreeable saunterings; and the street, in Aunt Mercy's estimation, was not the place for an idle promenade.
Example #5
Mr Sherwood took another turn in the garden and approached them from the other side.
Example #6
But the little boy looked very sad as he said it.