Definition of orangery
: a protected place and especially a greenhouse for growing oranges in cool climates
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The palm house, orangery, and greenhouses—including a vast collection of cacti—are stunning vintage iron structures evocative of a fairy tale.
Sarah Burton, the Alexander McQueen designer, said before a show of couture-style men’s wear returning the male side of this label’s business to the Paris schedule and its show to a 19th-century orangery set inside the Luxembourg Gardens.
The ones in the living area are belle epoque French and once hung in an orangery.
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