Compound noun: Berry orchard.
Marja means ”berry,” and tarha means ”garden,” ”corral,” ”yard” or ”orchard.” Marjatarha appears in our example in its genitive singular form, marjatarhan.
Tarha is used to form many interesting, even surprising compound words. Eläin (”animal”) + tarha = eläintarha or ”zoo.” And lasten (”children”) + tarha = lastentarha or ”kindergarten.” See a few more examples here.
Parhaat is the nominative plural of paras, which means ”best.” Parhaat is seen a lot on magazine covers as magazines tend to do a lot of ”best of ” types of articles. Paras is the superlative form of hyvä, which means ”good.”
The phrase ”marjatarhan parhaat,” taken from the cover of a Finnish magazine, means ”the best of the berry orchard.”