In “Inverness,” a botanist finds something like faith through an encounter with an obsessed Loch Ness Monster hunter.
The renowned 20th-century American botanist Luther Burbank first made a name for himself when he invented the Burbank potato.
In 1900 his father secured him an appointment as botanist in the Department of Agriculture.
Of course the botanist made no objection, and Caspar was delighted with the idea.
With the eye of a botanist she viewed the flowers—most potent weapons of insidious May.
Now this singular plant the botanist Karl recognised at a glance.
Any botanist would be justified in declining to name one of the family not in fruit.
He is a botanist of note and has traveled extensively in the South as a collector.
His one companion was to be a French botanist, André Michaux.
What a paradise this would be for the botanist in spring, or for the portrait painter!