Plants growing in a garden; vegetables for the table.(noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "garden-stuff" in a sentence
"This ploughman was in fact a farmer or husbandman, and the account of his dwelling and garden-stuff is very interesting."
"She was free to go out of the fort, as I have said, and to the river and the fields whence the corn and garden-stuff of the little garrison were brought in."
"All the vineyards and garden-grounds, for a considerable extent, are vaulted underneath; and all the ground that produces their grapes, fruit, and garden-stuff, is no more than the crumpled lime and rubbish of old Roman buildings, mixed with manure brought from"