- botallo's duct,
- botanic garden,
- botanical garden,
Origin of botanical
Examples from the Web for botanic
We hired a guy called Patrick Cullina, who was at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, to run the horticulture and operations of the park.
“There's the botanic garden at the University,” I suggested.Pipefuls|Christopher Morley
The adjoining garden now belongs to the Sapienza, and has been turned into a Botanic Garden.Walks in Rome|Augustus J.C. Hare
In this she lays claim to the lines at the commencement of "The Botanic Garden," though unacknowledged by the author.Women of History|Anonymous
Word Origin for botanical
1650s, from French botanique (17c.) or directly from Medieval Latin botanicus, from Greek botanikos "of herbs," from botane "a plant, grass, pasture, fodder." The Greek words seems to have more to do with pasturage than plants; cf. related botamia "pastures, meadows," boter "herdsman," boton "grazing beast."