Definition of Flower gardening
1. Noun. The cultivation of flowering plants.
Generic synonyms: Gardening, Horticulture
Derivative terms: Floricultural
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Literary usage of Flower gardening
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1. List of Subject Headings for Use in Dictionary Catalogs by American Library Association, Mary Josephine Briggs (1914)
"... Flower drawing see Flower painting and drawing Flower forms see Plant forms flower gardening see Floriculture Flower gardens see Gardens Flower language ..."
2. Agriculture for Beginners by Charles William Burkett, Frank Lincoln Stevens, Daniel Harvey Hill (1914)
"flower gardening The comforts and joys of life depend largely upon small things. Of these small things perhaps none holds a position. of greater importance ..."
3. The Garden Beautiful: Home Woods and Home Landscape by William Robinson (1907)
"... RELATION TO flower gardening AND GARDEN DESIGN THERE is no reason why we should not have true art in the garden, and none why a garden should be ugly, ..."
4. Subject Index of the Modern Works Added to the British Museum Libraryby British Museum Dept. of Printed Books, Dept. of Printed Books, British Museum by British Museum Dept. of Printed Books, Dept. of Printed Books, British Museum (1906)
"flower gardening— —continued. BATSON (HM) Concise handbook of garden Flowers, pp. ... WRIGHT (WP) and CASTLE (EJ) Pictorial practical flower gardening, pp. ..."
5. The English Flower Garden and Home Grounds: Design and Arrangement Shown by by William Robinson, F. L. S., William Robinson (1906)
"... be shown in such a plan—the plants are not in little dots, but in easy, bold groups here and there running together. The flower gardening adopted is ..."
6. The English Flower Garden and Home Grounds: Design and Arrangement Shown by by William Robinson (1907)
"The flower gardening adopted is permanent, ie; there is no moving of things in the usual wholesale way in spring and autumn. The beds are planted to stay, ..."