from The Century Dictionary.
- Pertaining to botany, or the scientific study of plants.
- noun A botanist.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Of or pertaining to botany; relating to the study of plants.
- adjective a garden devoted to the culture of plants collected for the purpose of illustrating the science of botany.
- adjective a physician whose medicines consist chiefly of herbs and roots.
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- adjective Of or
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- adjective of or relating to plants or botany
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This last kind is frequently called the botanic stove as it is most common in botanic gardens; and it is best adapted for growing palms, and other monocotyledonous plants with large leaves, such as bananas, which require abundance of air and light.
Sótano = clues frog above of one of the doors inside one of the cabinets in botanic lab the order of numbers is written on the test tubes of the chemistry lab.
According to the convention used in botanic nomenclature, each orchid has a latin name, composed of two units: genus (plural, genera) and species.
I should never finish, if I were to try and name all the plants found in this shady valley, which might be called the botanic garden of Nature.
Poshest around the botanic garden, and on Nether Edge around Montgomery Road.
He's particularly taken by the lush displays of vegetables and herbs — unusual for a public garden. 847-835-5440; chicago-botanic. org
I see what you mean about your getting stuck with "soucis", as you didn't know this was the common name for Pot Marigolds (botanic name: Calendulas)
While he says the bonsai and lilac collections and rose garden "rank up there," Mr. Hamm is reluctant to name a favorite part of the botanic garden.
The only offices that will "definitely" shut down are the gift shop, visitor's center, botanic gardens and the flag office.
She has produced series based on Liverpool's 19th-century botanic collection and on the Flower Train that used to take flowers from Penzance to the London markets.