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Garden Glossary

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Obelisk Upright, four-sided and tapered pillar that terminates in a pyramid
Orangery A glassed (greenhouse) building housing potted orange trees during the winter. Citrus trees are moved outside during the warmer month, often in decorative pots
Orchard Location for growing fruit trees.
Order Generally, in landscape planning, this is the act of or the condition of garden elements being arranged in a proper, appropriate or pleasing order.
Orientation In most cases in the landscape world, this noun indicates how the garden or a garden element is arranged in relationship to a major feature or to a direction.
Ornament A garden feature that is an attractive accessory, something that lends grace or beauty or adorns and supplies grace or luster to the landscape
Oxymoron Could be a landscape symbol or even garden theme that provides a combination of contradictory or incongruous images or concepts
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