noun, plural seeds·men.
- seedless plant,
- seeger, alan
Origin of seedsman
Examples from the Web for seedsman
M. Grgoire, the well-known Belgian seedsman, obtained this variety at Jodoigne in 1850 from seed of Pastorale sown in 1835.
This variety was raised from seed by M. Pariset, a seedsman of Ain, Fr., about 1852.
Sutton, the English seedsman, describes it in his latest catalogue as an "excellent mid-season cauliflower."The Cauliflower|A. A. Crozier
It was the same with the artificial manure merchant and with the seedsman.Hodge and His Masters|Richard Jefferies
It may be that your father buys his seed corn from a seedsman.The Library of Work and Play: Outdoor Work|Mary Rogers Miller