A tea garden is a garden where tea and light refreshments are served, a tea plantation, or any garden with which the drinking of tea is associated. Often a peaceful place for a stroll or social event, the tea garden is a smaller form of a pleasure garden.
- a roji, an entry garden to a Japanese teahouse, intended to set the mood of guests arriving for the Japanese tea ceremony
- a garden at a teahouse
- an herb garden specializing in herbs that are consumed as tea, such as chamomile, bee balm, peppermint, lemon balm, and lavender.
Famous tea gardens
- Cuper's Gardens, 17–18th century pleasure gardens in Lambeth, London
- Japanese Tea Garden (San Francisco, California)
- Oklahoma Botanical Garden and Arboretum (Stillwater, Oklahoma)
- The Orchard (Grantchester, UK)
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