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market garden

Chiefly Brit an establishment where fruit and vegetables are grown for sale
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Operation Market-Garden was the largest airborne military operation of all time, when 30,000 British and American troops were flown behind enemy lines from September 17, 1944, to capture bridges spanning the canals and rivers on the Dutch-German border.
The Battle of Arnhem was part of Operation Market-Garden, a land and airborne campaign devised by General Sir Bernard Montgomery to try to outflank German defences by crossing the Rhine and opening the way for an Allied thrust towards the Ruhr and an early end to the war.
Although edible landscaping is not typically undertaken as a market-garden endeavor, the amount of food that a single fruit tree can yield is likely to be beyond your capacity for personal consumption, leaving you with plenty of free and delicious food to share or barter with friends and neighbors or to preserve for the winter.