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potager

/ ˈpɒtɪdʒə /

noun

  1. a small kitchen garden


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Word History and Origins

Origin of potager1

C17: from French potagère vegetable garden
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Example Sentences

The gardener could not account for the depredations committed on his potager till accident led him to discover the mystery.

Why, the potager of the Villa du Lac supplies the whole of Lacville with fruit and flowers!

"Le Potager Gressent," Paris, 1885, an excellent practical work.

From now on French gardens were divided specifically into the potager and verger.

No sooner were the ornamental gardens planned at Versailles than the Potager du Roy, or fruit and vegetable garden, was created.

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