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Fancy tuteurs made of wood, bamboo, or bent twigs are the classier choice for ornamental kitchen gardens.
Glastonbury Partners in Planting will be preparing the kitchen garden, which was used to provide food for the family throughout the year.
The first course will feature greens from the White House kitchen garden, first planted by Michelle Obama.
The first course celebrates the wondrous first harvest of spring, using greens from the White House kitchen garden.
The kitchen garden, located by the restaurant's kitchen door, grows items like herbs and tomatoes - things the chef would want to pick and use immediately.
Create your own tiny kitchen garden to grow fresh herbs for your summer dishes.
There are patches of sesame, kitchen gardens of watermelon and papaya, and a lot of uncertainty in the air.
Every now and then a gorgeous young man steps out of a Botticelli time machine and quietly cuts a few herbs and greens from the kitchen garden in front of the restaurant.
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Definition of kitchen garden for English Language Learners
: a garden where you grow fruits and vegetables for your own use
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