herbary

herbary

(ˈhɜːbərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a herb garden

Herbary

 a garden of herbs or vegetables, 1634; a collection of herbs or dried plants, 1591.
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Hamel's jewelry and accessories can also be found at The Shop at Tower Hill in Boylston and Martha's Herbary in Pomfret, Connecticut.
Copied on the flyleaf of an herbary, it is an isolated work, altogether typical of the fragmentary remains of British sources.
On graduation she went straight into a sales director job in London with a Chinese import firm called Herbary.
With the experience she gained running Herbary, Yanhong decided to make the move into setting up her own business.
Gillian went for an acupuncture session with Dr Fu at the Chinese Herbary, in St David's Centre, in Cardiff.
A stop smoking acupuncture session at the Chinese Herbary costs pounds 25.
My GP said it was probably eczema or perhaps a fungal infection and a friend recommended I go to see a Chinese herbalist at The Herbary in Swindon, for an alternative remedy.