Definition of everything in the garden is rosy in English:

everything in the garden is rosy

phrase

British
  • Everything is satisfactory.

    • ‘The manager admitted: ‘That is now just one defeat in 13 and everything in the garden is rosy because we enjoy winning football matches.’’
    • ‘‘I'd be naive to say everything in the garden is rosy,’ he said.’
    • ‘All of which goes to prove that even when you are told everything in the garden is rosy, it pays to do a little digging.’
    • ‘That is not to say that everyone's been converted or that everything in the garden is rosy.’
    • ‘Hopefully, the Safer Communities Partnership will develop strategies which will really make a difference to our community, rather than trying to make us think everything in the garden is rosy when it clearly isn't.’
    • ‘You cannot continue to claim everything in the garden is rosy.’
    • ‘Not everything in the garden is rosy and some of our native species are having problems.’
    • ‘He parades his broadmindedness, yet asserts that of course, nonetheless, not everything in the garden is rosy - that you can't just tolerate everything.’
    • ‘Of course, not everything in the garden is rosy.’
    • ‘Put very simply, if lots of people are watching your show, then everything in the garden is rosy.’