an outdoor garden maintained during the winter with hardy plants.
a conservatory devoted to the cultivation of winter-blooming plants.
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How to use winter garden in a sentence
Round the corner of the villa remote from the winter-garden, was a long stone terrace upon which many windows opened.Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo | E. Phillips Oppenheim
The tall, lithe figure in its gray dress glided into view, and stood relieved against the green background of the winter-garden.The New Magdalen | Wilkie Collins
Bessie Fairfax was half bewildered amongst its magnificences, but its winter-garden was to her the greatest wonder of all.The Vicissitudes of Bessie Fairfax | Harriet Parr
For the winter-garden I have no responsibility: Polly has entire charge of it.Quotes and Images From The Works of Charles Dudley Warner | Charles Dudley Warner
The March breeze is chilly: but I can be always warm if I like in my winter-garden.Prose Idylls | Charles Kingsley
British Dictionary definitions for winter garden
a garden of evergreen plants and plants that flower in winter
a conservatory in which flowers are grown in winter
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