When my hobby is gardening, what I'm doing in the free time? Can I say:
"I will garden tomorrow."
"I'm going to garden some roses."
Or can I ask someone how to garden tomatoes?
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You may say "I will garden tomorrow", but you are more likely to say "I'm gardening tomorrow".
Generally, garden is used as an intransitive verb meaning "to cultivate or tend one's garden"; one may also garden a plot of ground, meaning make a garden in it, but one does not garden a plant or crop. You might grow roses, or tend or cultivate them.
Dictionary.com suggests that garden can be a verb.
More than that, it can be either transitive or intransitive (used without or without an object):
I don't think that "I will garden tomorrow" is very grammatical, but "I decided that it's better to garden tomorrow than today" seems fine to me.
You can use garden as a verb, such as "I will garden tomorrow", or "I like spending time alone gardening", but I don't think you can use an direct object with garden ("I'm going to garden some roses"). A quick google search for "How to garden tomatoes" only turns up results on "How to grow tomatoes".