from The Century Dictionary.
- Relating to floriculture.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Pertaining to the cultivation of flowering plants.
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- adjective Of or pertaining to
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- adjective of or relating to or involving floriculture
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Thomas! whatever else the gardener does, he is not to make any floricultural noises under my window.
Special training in floricultural and horticultural subjects.
Displays of Japanese garden and floricultural arts were exhibited in the garden.
The author believes it possible that the electric light may be used some day to pecuniary advantage in floricultural establishments.
My young floricultural friend, JOE of Birmingham, who knows a bit about fruits as well as concerning orchids, let me tell you, -- JOE, I say, laughs their preposterous pretensions to scorn.
We abandoned the building in order to view the floricultural out-of-door exhibits, which covered the large spaces on the lawns adjoining it and the
Times_ will be taken at the next performance of _Parsifal_ by Mr. WATERER, the great floricultural expert, and Mr. DEVANT, the eminent conjurer, with
This translucent cover transmitted the light and sunshine necessary for the floricultural display beneath.
As gardeners we must keep up with floricultural progress.
By dint of much showing and explanation through many years, he has acquired a floricultural knowledge which enables him to tell a Rose, Lily, Sunflower and Phlox, and of this knowledge he is proud.