from The Century Dictionary.
- In a botanical manner; after the manner of a botanist; according to a system of botany.
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- adverb in a
- adverb regarding
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It grows wild in the banks of hedges and waste cornfields, and is cultivated in our kitchen gardens as a salad herb, the Milk Grass, being called botanically the _Valerianella olitoria_, and having been in request as
The Viper's Bugloss is called botanically _Echium_, having been formerly considered antidotal to the bite of (_Echis_) a viper: and its seed was thought to resemble the reptile's head: wherefore such a curative virtue became attributed to it after the doctrine of signatures.
The flowering Rush, or water gladiole, which grows by the banks of rivers is called botanically "butomus," from the Greek, _bous_, an ox, and _temno_, to cut, because the sharp edges of the erect three-cornered leaf-blades wound the cattle which come in contact with them, or try to eat them.
As Mr. Hermes puts it: "Except for the Japanese break-dancers, the botanically advanced weed, the Republican mayor, the iPods, the pocket-sized Flip video cameras, the openly gay kids, and the relative lack of menace, it seems not unlike the old days" in present-day New York.
Old Tom is sweeter and more robust than London Dry — “more botanically intense,” Seed says — and it avoids the angular, medicinal aftertaste.
After receiving hundreds of emails for DIY tips on how to re-create their ‘succulent walls,’ Flora Grubb has produced a modular paneling system simple enough for even the most botanically inept to manage a beautiful living mosaic.
Those that are botanically inclined I am sure know how to care for their plants despite the one hour time change.
And did you know, botanically speaking, banana is an herb?
There are so many wonders to behold, but your gaze will perhaps first be drawn up to the ceiling, which offers a singular treasure: an herbarium, depicting 578 acribically exact and botanically determinable plants, mostly medicinal, but also decorative plants, painted between 1614 and 1617, when the new nave was vaulted by Lazaro Agostino after a devastating fire in 1610.
She buys from New Growth Designs, a wholesale web site selling botanically-correct flowers, plants and berries.