Tuberous Root

By The Old House Web

The following is a list of tuberous root plants according to type of storage organ.

Tuberous roots are root tissue, unlike tubers, rhizomes, and corms which are stem tissue, and bulbs which are leaf tissue. There are no buds or "eyes" as in rhizomes or tubes. Tuberous roots are divided by separating the roots while maintaining a pieces of the stem base in each division.

Examples include:

Agapanthus Canna Clivia (Kafir Lily)

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