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Topic: Gardening

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgardeninggar‧den‧ing /ˈɡɑːdnɪŋ $ ˈɡɑːr-/ noun [uncountable]  the activity of working in a garden, growing plants, cutting a lawn etchorticulture I might do a bit of gardening this afternoon.gardening gloves/tools/equipment etc
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gardeningThey included taking lessons for her advanced driving test, watercolour painting and gardening.Originally it had, perhaps, been moated, though now the remains of Edwardian gardening prevailed.He says he too likes a spot of gardening.For information on organic gardening methods, see p 334.You will probably have to have a tetanus injection, particularly if you have wounded yourself while gardening.Organic farming is like wild gardening - you can not just stop all planning and let nature take over.Wildlife gardening notes by Chris Baines.do ... gardeningIf there is time and he has any energy left, Bill will also do some gardening.Local training schemes also often do contract gardening under proper supervision which can be a bargain.And we're too lazy to do any gardening.