A wealthy landowner (he did own a part of the market-garden he so sedulously cultivated) had developed a grand—oh, but a grand!
He also kept bees and coneys and ran a market-garden of two acres.
So far as we saw it, the whole of Europe was a market-garden, with prize meadows interspersed.
Such a farm must be hand-tilled, and, if skilfully hand-tilled, would certainly produce as much food as a market-garden.
Compared with Sorrento itself, the plain is but a great orchard or market-garden.
In the market-garden business jobs were endless, especially in spring.
The road from Bowdon to Manchester passes through a country which may be truly characterised as the market-garden of Manchester.
It's her aim, d'ye see, to turn them forty acres into a fruit-orchard and a market-garden.
The following illustration is from a sketch taken in Nov. 1869, in market-garden fields, between Kensington and Brompton.
There was also a deep moat which could be flooded; it is now serving the peaceful purpose of market-garden.