One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Chiefly British. A set of garden furniture, typically a table and chairs of matching design.
2Originally and chiefly North American. A self-contained living unit, either within or detached from a principal dwelling.
Late 19th century. From garden + suite.
garden suite/ˌɡɑːdn ˈswiːt/
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