The subaltern had shot a tiger on a tea garden, but had hardly ever gone into the jungle.
I must leave the tea garden at once, replied the countess quietly.
On a tea garden not far from Buxa a rogue had been destroying the crops in the cultivation.
Nor do the other signs of man's handiwork on a tea garden compensate for the natural beauties they replace.
Ranjit Singh's patrol had reached the village of Hathipota near the tea garden on the previous night.
Night found us in the vicinity of a tea garden, the manager of which I had met once; so I determined to claim his hospitality.
There is a third class, the "tea garden," but as this is of a separate genus altogether, it will be considered later.
The Antwerpers had a well-arranged promenade and tea garden, &c., about a mile from the house, well wooded.
Then Creagh returned with a cheery, hospitable Englishman, who invited me to consider the tea garden my own.
After that, whenever we were hungry we went back to the tea garden in just the same way.