nurseryman nurseryman  /ˈnɜr sə ri ˌmæn/


  • (n) someone who takes care of a garden


  1. Somewhere on the banks of the Muscatatuck River, in the mid-19th Century, lived Jess Birdwell, Quaker and nurseryman.
  2. Denny and Jeanne Grindall, Presbyterians from Seattle, where Denny is a florist and nurseryman, found their call in their 50s on a 1968 vacation in Africa.
  3. In Eugene, Surveyor Gerald Anderson quit his job and disappeared, as did Dan Staggs, a nurseryman from nearby Springfield.


  • Anniversary | Port Clinton News Herald |

    On July 4, 1953, Ray Dymond and Janice Reed were married in the Memorial Evangelical Methodist Church in Fremont. The couple became the proud parents of Stephen, Kenneth, Karen Horn, and Susan Smith, (deceased). They have five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.Mr. Dymond was a nurseryman for 26 years and then he changed careers, teaching academics at Vanguard Vocational School. He ...
    on July 1, 2013     Source: Port Clinton News Herald

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