a type of natural large-scale landscape garden with origins in the English gardens of the 18th century; also, a small informal garden with many colorful flowering plants
The English garden is an informal, asymmetrical, natural type of landscape.
The english garden is in high beauty; no expense is spared upon it.
A new english garden was formed, beginning upon the ramparts of the town.
To the english garden accordingly we went; it lay beyond the bridge and beside the lake.
Not to mention the english garden, in speaking of the outside aspects of the city, would be a great oversight.
The park, called the english garden, nearly five miles long by a half mile in width, is ornamented at vast labor and expense.