Another nut which is confused with the Japanese walnut is botanically known as Juglans Mandshurica.
The uses of the wood are similar to that of tulip with which it is botanically related.
botanically the varieties are not carefully distinguished; in the lumber yard the lumber is known by its sources.
The Draconids, easily recognizable by their aspect, are botanically indefinable with any clearness or simplicity.
Both divisions are botanically and commercially rich in species.
There are many types, although systematic efforts to classify them botanically have not been very successful.
They are probably to be considered as geographically distinct rather than as botanically different species.
True, the white pine in the southern mountains differs slightly from the northern tree, but botanically it is the same.
Of which things you will find it good to consider also otherwise than botanically.
The names of the plant are a puzzle; botanically it is a Primrose, but it is never so called.