A garden is a place outdoors for public enjoyment, planted with trees, flowers, etc. It usually contains cultivated plants and can include special displays, such as a zoo or duck pond.
To protect a garden from pests and disease, it is important to rotate plant varieties every year. This means removing all of one crop family from your garden and replacing it with another.
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