One of the things the young women are very proud of is their market garden.
And Miss Doris has got a mother' (plain that Wark was again in the market garden).
Everything considered, this is the Savoy, "par excellence," for the market garden.
They were not likely to stir from their strip of market garden on the plain—not till the time was up.
"Why, sir, if you had been in Eden you 'd have made it a market garden," said the old man.
The establishment included a dairy farm, a poultry farm, and a market garden.
You know the sort of market garden rurality that about a dozen miles out of London offers—alternate bricks and cabbages.
Beyond the house, in that direction, lay lines of market garden—and beyond the garden the wide plain.
Driven by an impulse of distaste for him and his house and market garden, I started to leave in secret.
Oh, Ogden is a big collection of little houses and behind each house is a pretty little farm and market garden.