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noun

a garden on rocky ground or among rocks, for the growing of alpine or other plants.
a garden decorated with rocks, usually a wide variety of interestingly shaped, multicolored rocks, especially quartz.

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Also called rockery.

Origin of rock garden

First recorded in 1830–40
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rock garden

noun

a garden featuring rocks or rockeries
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