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GARDEN. A piece of ground appropriated to raising plants and flowers.
     2. A garden is a parcel of a house and passes with it. Br. Feoffm. de terre, 53; 2 Co. 32; Plowd. 171; Co. Litt. 5 b, 56 a, b. But see Moore, 24; Bac. Ab. Grants, I.

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Because a rose bed stands idle for much of the year, nevertheless taking up a large amount of space, it is natural to consider under-planting with plants that use the empty space while waiting for the roses to perform.
Rose fertilizer is applied monthly, and the rose beds are watered and mulched, and her roses seem to thrive in the heat and humidity of a Mississippi summer.
Create a colourful and fragrant rose bed - take advantage of the vast range of good value bare-rooted roses available throughout the winter from specialist growers.
There is a rose bed directly outside the filly's stable - the perfect place to plant the rose.
The goal was to apply a specific fragrance group whether citrus, fruity, rose or spicy scent in each rose bed to accommodate those with visual impairments, as well as an aging demographic visiting the English Garden.
These works, reminiscent of simpler, less psychedelic versions of Fred Tomaselli paintings, have benign-sounding titles like Cut Daffodils, Queen Anne's Lace, and Rose Bed (all 2006).
Also strange and different is the Victorian Rose Bed and Breakfast, the wacky brainchild of Richard and Nona Bogatch.
Earlier projects at the garden have included construction of trellises, rose bed borders and a large, arching pergola that will eventually be covered by climbing roses.
I am also starting a rose bed and would like one of my own, too.
In that vision, those homes the middle class finds intolerable for itself have no place for anyone, just as a thistle, which in a meadow is just another plant, becomes a problem only when the meadow has been marked out for a rose bed.
A: Creamola Wilkins, who started the Anacortes, Washington-based Blue Rose Bed & Breakfast 11 years ago, says one of the first steps is to find out what the zoning requirements are.