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orangery

a building, such as a greenhouse, in which orange trees are grown

orangery

A building, or a part of a building, once found in especially stately homes, for cultivating orange trees and other ornamental trees in a cool climate where they would not otherwise grow; usually had large, tall windows along its southern exposure; now often used for social and exhibition purposes. Also see conservatory, greenhouse, hothouse.
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Country: Papua New GuineaSector: Agriculture/ForestryTarget: Vitroplant Orangerie Bay LimitedBuyer: New Britain Palm Oil LimitedDeal size in USD: 4.
We were so impressed with the Orangerie, we decided to expand that idea," Trexler said.
Orangerie always looks to be keeping a little bit for himself, but nonetheless he is a highly talented individual and can triumph here.
Orangerie always looks to be keeping a little bit for himself but nonetheless he is a highly talented individual and can triumph here.
It is too cold for oranges here, so the orange trees will have to wait for the orangerie.
Improving stayer Orangerie can take the Morris Furniture Helps Ayrshire Hospice Handicap for Sir Mark Prescott.
Last winter, a surprising group of sculptures appeared in the Jardin des Tuileries in Paris, most of them in the grass plots on either side of the "triumphal way" that runs down the center of the vast pleasure garden, with a few set near the paired pavilions of the Orangerie and the Jeu de Paume.
Also new in crystal are Orangerie and Scottish etched vases.
The Center also presents the strongest collection of nationally successful sit-down restaurants in a single Orlando location, plus 12 on-the-go eateries at Orangerie Cafes.
The purpose of this contract is to set up, implement and operate qualitative studies for the public institution of the orsay and orangerie museums.
The 3,500-square-foot space complements the garden's popular Orangerie, another gem of a greenhouse that opened in 1999.
In later years, the house was extended and used as a residential home, but had lain empty for 10 years, during which time the ornate metal and glass orangerie, the roof and the gardens were in a dilapidated condition.