He was a nurseryman and seedsman in private life, and he fairly hid the wicket-keep.
The seedsman knows just what to do to secure the best results in seed, and just how to do it.
It may be that your father buys his seed corn from a seedsman.
Lured by the seedsman's pictures of this wonder, year after year I waste good money on seed packets of that disappointing flower.
Grant Thorburn, the New York seedsman, tells of the first journey he ever made by land.
So there is in any grain of seed in a seedsman's shop—but you must put it in the ground, before you can get any good out of it.'
For instance: suppose you are talking to a seedsman and a friend joins you in your garden.
On his return to England, he settled as a seedsman in Yorkshire: whence the name and celebrity of the variety.
For the little grafting which any school would do, it is better to buy the wax of a seedsman.
As February days lengthen the seedsman's catalogues come pouring in.