In this solitaire game, the cards are considered flowers, the reserve cards are a bouquet and the piles are flower beds. The whole makes a garden.
Move all the cards, in ascending order in suit, to the four foundations.
The origin of the name of this game is unknown. What is known is that each pile can be referred to as a "flower bed" (the set of all piles being called a "garden") and the reserve is called a "bouquet". In other words, it's like each card is a flower.
Another interesting fact about this game is that all the cards are already open. Therefore, the "luck" factor is practically eliminated. As you can see all the cards, you can plan your moves. The only luck you need to have is the distribution of cards. The more aces on top of the piles, the easier the game will be. On the other hand, if the game starts with many kings on top of the piles, the game will definitely be difficult.