So the jardinière half full of water does not quite represent the real environment of the fern.
Jones tipped the ash of his cigar into a jardinière near by.
Without ado he tossed the cards into a jardinière in lieu of a hat.
Earth has accumulated on it, and plants are growing there as if it were a jardinière.
Then he tossed the charred bits into a jardinière on the floor, and picked up the picture.
She saw, in the jardinière, the charred remnants of a letter and pointed it out to the others.
A jardinière filled with living plants and placed near a bay window makes an elegant ornament.
Potage Printanier (called also jardinière and à la Paysanne).
The Belle jardinière gazes into her boy's face in fond absorption.