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garden center

noun

  1. a store that sells gardening supplies, as seeds, plants, fertilizer, and tools.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of garden center1

First recorded in 1960–65

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Example Sentences

Every Easter weekend, hundreds of thousands of lilies from this farm appear in supermarkets, big-box stores, and garden centers throughout North America.

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You can also find suitable stones at garden centers if you don’t have them around.

En route to Adam’s new high school is a garden center with a confederate flag fluttering outside.

This might be a concern in the time of coronavirus restrictions, but many garden centers, hardware stores and feed stores operate outdoors for the most part.

Back in Green Bay, Heidi and her husband had gone to a garden center to order a tree to plant in their front yard as a memorial to her mother.

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