Michelle Obama has followed in the footsteps of San Francisco—and Eleanor Roosevelt—with her White House kitchen garden.
He edged his way to where an arch had given access to the kitchen garden of the inn.
But I'll warrant you there's a kitchen garden in the rear of the palace.
To his surprise, some years after, a vigorous plant of it was found growing in his kitchen garden among the potatoes.
I do not mean that a kitchen garden is ugly; a kitchen garden is often very beautiful.
Here the foreground is a sloping lawn; the flowers are mostly arranged near the kitchen garden.
The spot, however, which most attracted the Blackbirds, was the kitchen garden.
Presently he stopped suddenly, for from behind the wall that bounded the kitchen garden of the farm he heard voices.
And what (do you suppose) did Corona seek in the kitchen garden?
So Ruth remained in the kitchen garden too, and was good enough to resume gratuitously her consolations of the night before.