horticulturist[ hawr-ti-kuhl-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF horticulturist
Synonyms for horticulturist
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HORTICULTURIST
In such cases the husband is always that man, even when he is a horticulturist.
What a number of points you have attended to; I did not know that you were a horticulturist.
Even with a well-known Parisian horticulturist I had some difficulty in entering them.
Mentioned in the Horticulturist of 1850 as growing well in Illinois.
They are not of so much interest to the horticulturist as to the farmer.
There are several species, but two are of interest to the horticulturist.
Of special value to every botanist, horticulturist and farmer.
Did you ever think of the royal position of the florist and horticulturist?
One might as well ask, "What could a horticulturist care for the little blossoms on his apple trees?"
Washington's work as a horticulturist prior to the educating influences of the Revolution was mostly utilitarian.