nurseryman

[nur-suh-ree-muhn]
noun, plural nurserymen.
a person who owns or conducts a plant nursery.

Origin:
1665–75; nursery + man1


See -man.
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nurseryman (ˈnɜːsrɪmən)
 
n , pl -men
a person who owns or works in a nursery in which plants are grown

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The seed stock selected by a nurseryman should influence the deployment of grafted trees from the nursery.
Homeowners, landscape architects, nurseryman and municipalities should to be educated in the values and uses of dryland lawns.
Check with your local nurseryman and see what has proven effective in your area.
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