nurseryman


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nurseryman

a person who owns or works in a nursery in which plants are grown
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The characters of Arthur Allen's The Nurseryman follow the trail of Martin Frobisher, explorer of the great North, who "discovered" Meta Incognita, now part of Baffin Island.
Madame Lemoine, named after the distinguished nurseryman's wife, is the classic double white making a very elegant statement.
The author explores the oral tradition of the Johnny Appleseed myth and relies on archived materials and those from local historical societies in New England and the Midwest to illustrate how the innovative nurseryman's apple trees were a part of the "agro-ecological revolution" that was changing a young country.
His section on the "Cambrian Plum" was published in 1845 and mentioned that Mr Vickers, nurseryman, of Denbigh, "has cultivated it extensively, and introduced it to the notice of his customers.
Regional support manager Richard Durrant said: "Our top quality plants are grown by veteran nurseryman and tomato expert Henry Cheer.
The rest are red which, says nurseryman David Nero, who has been tending the plants, is the colour most associated with Christmas and therefore the most popular.
Millbury's superintendent of schools will read a story, written and illustrated by Will Moses, about Leominster-native John Chapman, a pioneering nurseryman who became known as Johnny Appleseed because he introduced apples across Ohio, Indiana and Illinois in the late 1700s and early 1800s.
Vertrees (1915-1993) was an entomologist, nurseryman, educator, and unequalled collector of maples; the work involved in keeping this reference up-to-date is being carried on by Peter Gregory, who is based in England and is chairman of the Maple Society (and one of its founders).
Master gardener, certified nurseryman and freelancer, Cindy reports from rural Michigan.
So we stopped at Samois, just across the Seine, where we had found two rooms in the house of a friendly nurseryman in which to lodge.
He is a forester and manager of the Kintigh family forest lands, a nurseryman, a Christmas tree grower and a consulting forester.