Learning garden or yard vocabulary with pictures English lesson
Garden and yard vocabulary using pictures
During this English lesson you will learn the vocabulary for various items you might find in a garden and some of equipment used in a garden. You will also learn the vocabulary for types of fruit, vegetables and flowers that can be found in a garden.
What is the difference between a garden and a yard?
There is no difference between a garden or a yard. A garden is British English (BrE) and a yard is American English (NAmE).
Vocabulary for a garden and yard
Vocabulary for items found in the garden
This picture shows some of the equipment used to keep a garden looking nice and the types of fruit, vegetables, and flowers.
Small list of vocabulary about things found or done in a garden
| a gardener (looks after the garden)
to mow (mowed, mown) to cut the grass
lily of the valley
| an apple
the kitchen garden
a potato (plural. potatoes)
a tomato (plural. tomatoes)
A list of fruit and vegetables
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