Definition of the garden of England in English:

the garden of England

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  • A very fertile region of England, in particular Kent or the Vale of Evesham.

    • ‘Here, he discovers how the artist created the quintessential image of Kent as the garden of England.’
    • ‘If Kent is the garden of England, this hallowed stretch of coastline is its water feature.’
    • ‘It would seem the French have finally accepted that we have the perfect terrain and climate right here in Kent, the garden of England, for producing world-class bubbly.’
    • ‘If I were responsible for looking after Kent, the garden of England, it'd be full of weeds.’
    • ‘If Kent is the garden of England, this corner of West Sussex is its abundant greenhouse.’