He wanted the dell of wild flowers, and not the hortus siccus.
How was it possible to have a good play with a doll named hortus siccus?
The hortus siccus of a botanist may accidentally sow seeds from the foot of the Himalayas on the plains that skirt the Alps.
The index reference for "hortus siccus" was changed from 201 to 186.
I found two regular English tourists, armed with hortus siccus and hammers.
He has incidentally thrown out much curious knowledge—such as his plan for forming a hortus siccus, &c.
It was originally intended for botanical productions, Tom,” he said; “for a sort of hortus siccus, if you know what that means.
It would make, he said, a splendid place for a hortus siccus--a "great ornament to our ponds and ditches."
His “hortus siccus,” containing 1,400 specimens, is a sufficient testimony of his industry.
He also travelled over the country in search of rare herbs, with a view to publishing a hortus siccus, but the plan failed.