- a garden where vegetables, herbs, and fruit are grown for one's own use.
Origin of kitchen garden
First recorded in 1570–80
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Examples from the Web for kitchen garden
Then she got into the kitchen-garden, and back again through the laurels.Is He Popenjoy?
So he went round the end of the stable towards the kitchen-garden.At the Back of the North Wind
The last words were addressed to General Hobson, waving to them from the kitchen-garden.Marriage la mode
Mrs. Humphry Ward
Look here—in the kitchen-garden there's a pile of old pea-sticks.Dream Days
It was a kitchen-garden with vegetables, and was almost all the green there was in the landscape.Children of the Tenements
Jacob A. Riis
- a garden where vegetables and sometimes also fruit are grown
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