And she has amassed a world-class 10,000-volume library devoted to botany through the ages.
The Garden of Cyrus, with its arcane explorations of botany and geometry, may as well be an alchemical treatise or a grimoire.
As to botany, he cherished it with a deep and ingenuous passion, and not as a pastime.
The island on which the party landed was called botany Island.
L'Ecluse, professor of botany at Leyden, one of the greatest naturalists of his age, published his Exoticorum in 1605.
His books, too, were my friends; and from these I drew my first lessons in botany.
It has been said that botany owes to him its very existence as a science.
He was a young man fresh from college, who lived for botany alone.
In botany, for example, bits of knowledge about plants do not make a science of botany.
See notes appended to a letter to Lyell, September 1843 (botany).