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a small garden where vegetables are grown

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With a smile and a shiver I turned from the border and its memories to the door in the wall leading to the kitchen garden, in a corner of which my own little garden used to be.
I found that mad moralist this morning in the kitchen garden yonder, and I heard the whole story.
For example, in a couple of villages we successfully supply fortified wheat or rice, we supply food supplements for children, establish a couple of vegetable kitchen gardens or we implement food for work and cash transfer programmes.
He said that this initiative will benefit them for developing their own kitchen gardens at homes and neighborhoods.
The Gardens of Arne Maynard" also includes fully illustrated features on various topics close to Maynard's heart, such as growing and using roses, planting borders, creating productive kitchen gardens, incorporating sculpture in the garden, and training trees and shrubs.
On Sunday, May 17, the restored kitchen gardens at Llanrhaeadr Hall, in the Vale of Clwyd, will be opening to the public for the first time.
While talking on the occasion, CEO PAMCO, Mumtaz Khan said that company is striving to grow Kitchen Gardens at all houses of Lahore as per desire of CM Punjab, Mian Muhammad shahbaz Sharif.
15 ( ANI ): Keeping in mind the rising prices of vegetables, the Government of Jammu and Kashmir is helping its people to adopt the culture of having their own kitchen gardens.
Across Australia, many schools have kitchen gardens.
Linda Oakley, a museum interpreter, suggested the herbs grown in the Bixby and Parsonage kitchen gardens reflect their importance for more than just seasoning a pot of stew on the hearth.
Each year they build 100 kitchen gardens for lower income families and seniors.
Sunday's Benefice Garden Day will allow visitors to enjoy work from a Chelsea Flower Show winner, a walled garden from a doyenne of garden design and one of the region's finest kitchen gardens.
Battlesteads Hotel and Restaurant, based in Wark, Northumberland, won the Gold Green Apple Award in recognition of its work, which includes creating kitchen gardens and a woodland and wetland area in the grounds.
Work on the old kitchen gardens of Warley Abbey begins today with money from the Community Spaces Programme of the lottery, managed by GroundworkUK.