In American English, when we say "garden" we normally mean a vegetable garden — un jardin potager in French. If it's something else, we call it, for example, a "flower garden." In other varieties of English, "garden" means what we call a "yard" in the U.S. — the front yard, back yard, or side yard. Here are some photos of our garden that I took a few minutes ago.
Summer squash plants
Rows of haricots verts (green beans)
The whole garden — it's mostly tomatoes
Forecasts are calling for strong thunderstorms this afternoon. I hope the forecasts are wrong.