Parterre

Symmetry at its best. These are great ornamental garden beds that have been geometrically designed and separated by walkways. The gardens are most appreciated by an above view. One of the most famous being the gardens of Versailles.
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parterre

[n] - an ornamental flower garden
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Parterre

An area of low-growing plants, arranged in beds, which form a pattern (often symmetrical) in a plan view.
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Parterre

formal garden laid out on a flat terrace, usually at the front of a house so that it is overlooked by the principle rooms on the first floor (parterre = on the ground). The intricate designs are usually picked out using low growing clipped shrubs, but some were devoid of plant material, the...
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Parterre

Par·terre' noun [ French, from par on, by (L. per )+ terre earth, ground, Latin terra . See Terrace .] 1. (Hort.) An ornamental and diversified arrangement of beds or plots, in which flowers are cultivated, with intervening spaces of gravel or turf for...
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Parterre

• (n.) The pit of a theater; the parquet. • (n.) An ornamental and diversified arrangement of beds or plots, in which flowers are cultivated, with intervening spaces of gravel or turf for walking on.
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parterre

the division of garden beds in such a way that the pattern is itself an ornament. It is a sophisticated development of the knot garden, a medieval ... [1 related articles]
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parterre

parterre 1. An ornamental garden laid out in a formal pattern that is usually marked out with low evergreen hedges and filled in with annual bedding plants. 2. An ornamental flower garden having the beds and paths arranged to form a pattern. Cross references of word families related directly,...
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Parterre

[theater audience] The word parterre comes from the French par and terre and literally translated means `on the ground.” Originally, the term was used in the 16th century to refer to a formal ornamental garden, but by the mid-17th century, it was increasingly used to refer both to the ground level of a theater where spectators stood to wa...
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Parterre

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Parterre

A parterre is a formal garden constructed on a level surface, consisting of planting beds, typically in symmetrical patterns, separated and connected by gravel pathways. Beds may be edged in stone or tightly clipped hedging and may not contain flowers. French parterres originated in 15th-century gardens of the French Renaissance often taking the f...
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Parterre

A flat area decorated with flowerbeds, often in elaborate shapes and usually outlined with a low hedge, intended to be viewed from overhead.
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parterre

pit of a theatre
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