Here is a suggestion you may consider. Just for fun the writer has made signs in French (chose your own language) that he placed in various areas of his gardens. LE JARDIN DES HERBS (herb garden), LE JARDIN DE FLEUR DE CHAMPS (wild flower garden), LE JARDIN D'AGREMENT (pleasure garden) , LE JARDIN SECRET the secret garden (words painted on a large rock), and LE JARDIN POTAGER (vegetable garden).
Over the storage building door is a sign saying:"..mais il faut cultiver notre jardin." This sentiment occurs twice on the last two pages of Candide by Voltaire written, and read by the writer, in French.
Now that we are acquainted the French word jardin we will mention the follow that just came in on a news broadcast:
The beautiful Matisse impressionistic oil painting of Henri Matisse entitled Le Jardin was recovered in England. The 1920 painting was stolen in a night raid from the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm May 11, 1989. A sledge hammer was used in the break in.
Stolen masterpieces are valueless on the open market; no one will purchase them. They eventually show up.
The painting with beautiful whittish flowers in the foreground is valued at $1 million dollars. It is being returned to Stockholm, Sweden.