But if I happen to fall in love with the gardener, and we get married, and then don't pay him any more, it's gone.
As Ward points out, there is some reason to think Lewis would actually have been thrilled—the word of his gardener Paxford.
When a gardener spoke to the star once, the affidavit said, it caused “a major flap.”
He had spent several years as a gravedigger and gardener at a cemetery in Germany before returning to Puglia.
He is older, a gardener by trade, and intends to cross into Texas.
The gardener thought it was the children, and gave one of them an angry cuff as he walked away.
Then the gardener gave his message, to which the landlord replied, "It is all right."
You will ask if they want a gardener, and they will tell you ‘Yes.’
Presently the gardener's boy from Mrs. Menotti's came along.
At the foot of the pines along the edge of each bank grew rows of berry bushes as regularly as if set out by a gardener.
c.1300 (early 12c. as a surname), from Old North French *gardinier (12c., Modern French jardinier), from gardin (see garden). Cf. German Gärtner. An Old English word for it was wyrtweard, literally "plant-guard."