Winter Garden

Winter Garden

Winter Garden(s) may refer to:

  • A winter garden, winter-hardy plants grown for winter interest and decoration, or to be harvested for food between winter and early spring

Read more about Winter GardenPlaces, Gardens and Other Landmarks, Other Uses

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George Grossmith, Jr. - Life and Career - Peak Producing Years
... Grossmith and Laurillard built their own theatre, the Winter Garden, on the site of an old music hall in Drury Lane ... to end their partnership, with Grossmith retaining control of the Winter Garden ... associate, Pat Malone, to produce a series of mostly adaptations of imported shows at the Winter Garden between 1920 and 1926 Sally (1921), The Cabaret Girl (1922, with book by Wodehouse and music by Jerome Kern ...
Craig-y-Nos Castle - Adelina Patti - Winter Garden
... The winter garden is a spacious building with a soaring roof and made mainly from glass, where Patti would promenade with her guests among tropical plants, whilst ... As a result of World War I, in 1918, Patti presented her winter garden to the people of Swansea where it became the Patti Pavilion, and has since been restored on several ...
Central Florida Railroad Museum
... The Central Florida Railroad Museum is located at 101 South Boyd Street, Winter Garden, Florida in a former Tavares and Gulf depot built in 1913 ... It is part of the Winter Garden Downtown Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places ... The museum is operated by the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation and opened in 1983 ...
Lakeview Middle School (Winter Garden, Florida)
... Lakeview Middle School is a middle school located in Winter Garden in southwest Orange County, Florida, United States ... Lakeview serves Winter Garden and the sole residential section of Bay Lake ...
Winter Garden - Other Uses
... Winter Garden (book), by Beryl Bainbridge Winter Garden (anime), a spin-off from Di Gi Charat ...

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