The Medieval Garden Garden History, Use of Plants and Herbs in the Middle Ages
Rachel Bellerby

Mar 3, 2008

For medieval people, a garden was much more than a place to relax; it could be used as a way of earning money, a place to rear animals and even a source of medicine.

The medieval garden is a term that can cover a variety of different landscapes. While gardens nowadays are used mostly for leisure, for medieval people, the garden meant so much more.

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