Origin of horticulture
OTHER WORDS FROM horticulturehor·ti·cul·tur·al, adjectivehor·ti·cul·tur·ist, noun
How to use horticulture in a sentence
Meanwhile, certificate programs from institutions like Oaksterdam University, Green Flower and the Cleveland School of Cannabis offer courses in topics like business, horticulture, health care, law and policy.Medical cannabis master’s program at University of Maryland sees growth since launch|Tracy Mitchell Griggs|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
Nature, the great horticulturist, has here done her best and final work.My Life in Many States and in Foreign Lands|George Francis Train
His place was well named for he was a great horticulturist, the first to domesticate the Catawba grape.A Portrait of Old George Town|Grace Dunlop Ecker
Mentioned in the Horticulturist of 1850 as growing well in Illinois.The Grapes of New York|U. P. Hedrick
They are not of so much interest to the horticulturist as to the farmer.
There are several species, but two are of interest to the horticulturist.
British Dictionary definitions for horticulture
Derived forms of horticulturehorticulturist, noun
Word Origin for horticulture
Cultural definitions for horticulture
The science of cultivating garden plants.