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plants·man

 (plănts′mən)
n.
One, such as a horticulturist, who collects or grows plants.

plantsman

(ˈplɑːntsmən) or feminine

plantswoman

n, pl -men or -women
(Horticulture) an experienced gardener who specializes in collecting rare or interesting plants
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.plantsman - an expert in the science of cultivating plants (fruit or flowers or vegetables or ornamental plants)plantsman - an expert in the science of cultivating plants (fruit or flowers or vegetables or ornamental plants)
expert - a person with special knowledge or ability who performs skillfully
gardener, nurseryman - someone who takes care of a garden
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The best-known exponent of this type of planting in the UK is the renowned plantswoman Beth Chatto OBE, whose wonderful gardens and nursery you can visit in Essex.
The highlight was the Formal Garden, a partnership between plantswoman Gertrude Jekyll and architect Sir Edwin Lutyens.
Wild Flowers Carol Klein (BBC Books , PS20) MASTER plantswoman and Gardeners' World presenter Carol Klein celebrates the most exquisite flora growing wild in our woodlands, hedgerows, meadows and moors in this book and then returns to her own garden to see their cultivated cousins.
MID Wales plantswoman Anne Evans swears by her organic tomatoes and now she has evidence to prove it.
Wild Flowers by Carol Klein (BBC Books, PS20, February 28): Master plantswoman and Gardeners' World presenter Carol Klein celebrates the most exquisite flora growing wild in our woodlands, hedgerows, meadows and moors in this book and then returns to her own garden to see their cultivated cousins.
Wild Flowers by Carol Klein (BBC Books, PS20, February 28) MASTER plantswoman and Gardeners' World presenter Carol Klein celebrates the most exquisite flora growing wild in our woodlands, hedgerows, meadows and moors in this book and then returns to her own garden to see their cultivated cousins.
One such new book is Colour in the Garden by plantswoman Val Bourne.
Expert plantswoman and TV gardener Carol Klein, a regular on Gardeners' World who has opened her own garden to the public many times, will be helping amateur gardeners achieve this status in a new series, Open Gardens, starting on BBC2 on Monday, September 4.
It all started with the famous plantswoman, Beth Chatto.