nurseryman

[ nur-suh-ree-muh n ]
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Schwitter, the nurseryman, had proved to have a wife in an insane asylum.

These plants were therefore the rage; and, consequently, the desiderata of the nurseryman.

Naturally, the nurseryman cannot grow trees of all the good apples that may be wanted.

Crosby was sent out about 1876 by a Mr. Crosby, a nurseryman of Billerica, Massachusetts.

Soon after, we find him a nurseryman and fruit-grower at Aurora.

The variety was seemingly rechristened by every nurseryman who got hold of it.

It was propagated by M. Flon, a nurseryman of Angers and fruited first in 1839.

M. Lagrange, a nurseryman of Lyons, Fr., grew this pear from seed in 1861.

Raised by M. Boisbunel, nurseryman at Rouen, Fr., who introduced it in 1857.

A Mr. Groom, a nurseryman at Clapham near London, introduced this pear in 1841.

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