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noun

an intricately designed flower or herb garden with plants arranged to create an interlacing pattern, sometimes with fanciful topiary and carefully tended paths.

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Origin of knot garden

First recorded in 1510–20

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knot garden

noun

(esp formerly) a formal garden of intricate design
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