All You Need to Know About Garden

Do you have any idea what a patio is? Do you know the difference between a conservatory and greenhouse? Can you tell me what a pond is? You may think you have already known all you need to know about garden, but there is a big chance you don’t.
There are times when you know what you’re talking about or pointing on, but you don’t know its name. And there are times when you’ve heard of a name a lot, but you have no clue what it actually is.


The picture below shows all you need to know about garden.

all you need to know about garden



Use this table to find what you want to know about garden. Use this search box to find anything specifically.

barbecuea metal frame for cooking food on over an open fire outdoors.
bencha long seat for two or more people, usually made of wood.
bird tablea wooden platform in a garden/yard on which people put food for birds.
bordera strip of soil which is planted with flowers.
canea thin stick, used as a support for plants.
climbera climbing plant.
clochea glass or plastic cover placed over young plants to protect them from cold weather.
cold framea small wooden or metal frame covered with glass that you grow seeds or small plants in to protect them from cold weather.
compost bina container in the garden where leaves, plants, etc. are put to make compost.
conservatorya room with glass walls and a glass roof that is built on the side of a house. Conservatories are used for sitting in to enjoy the sun, and to protect plants from cold weather.
decka wooden floor that is built outside the back of a house where you can sit and relax.
deckchaira folding chair with a seat made from a long strip of material on a wooden or metal frame, used for example on a beach.
fencea structure made of wood or wire supported with posts that is put between two areas of land as a boundary, or around a garden/yard, field, etc. to keep animals in, or to keep people and animals out.
flowerpota container made of plastic or clay for growing plants in.
flower beda piece of ground in a garden/yard or park where flowers are grown.
gatea barrier like a door that is used to close an opening in a fence or a wall outside a building.
greenhousea building with glass sides and a glass roof for growing plants in.
hedgea row of bushes or small trees planted close together.
lawnan area of ground covered in short grass in a garden/yard or park, or used for playing a game on.
parasollarge umbrella that is used for example on beaches to protect people from hot sun
patioa flat hard area outside, and usually behind, a house where people can sit.
pergolaan arch in a garden/yard with a frame for plants to grow over and through.
planteran attractive container to grow a plant in.
ponda small area of still water, especially one that is artificial.
seedlinga young plant that has grown from a seed.
sheda small simple building, usually built of wood or metal, used for keeping things in.
stakea wooden or metal post that is pointed at one end and pushed into the ground in order to support something, mark a particular place, etc.
sun-loungera chair with a long seat that supports your legs, used for sitting or lying on in the sun.
trellisa light frame made of long narrow pieces of wood that cross each other, used to support climbing plants.
vegetable patcha small piece of land, especially one used for growing vegetables.
water butta large barrel for collecting rain as it flows off a roof.
water featurean artificial area of water, or structure with water flowing through it, which is intended to make a garden more attractive and interesting.


And here’s some tools you need for gardening.

tools for gardening

tools for gardening


So, I hope that by reading this – examining that picture especially – helped you to figure out all you need to know about garden.

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