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Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - How to Grow Bulbs
... spring. Plants that use these special organs are sometimes called geophytes. They include: True bulbs - Energy stored in modified leaves, called scales. Examples include onions, lilies, daffodils, and ... Energy stored in large, fleshy roots. Examples include dahlia and anemones. Bulbs have many advantages: Spring-flowering bulbs are the earliest plants to bloom, with snowdrops and winter aconites ...
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Bulbs
... Bulb Sale! Free $20 off premium bulbs, plants and trees! Bulbs Direct From Holland Mayflowering Tulips Mixed Henry ... attached will be referred to as bulbs, although some of them are not true bulbs. There are also corms, rhizomes, and tubers, which also have unique food-storing capabilities and grow in similar ways. If you haven't tried growing bulbs ...
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HERBACEOUS ORNAMENTALS -PERENNIALS, ANNUALS AND BULBS
... . BULBS This chapter has a section entitled "Bulbs." Although all plants in this section are called "bulbs," technically this is not correct. Plants in this section include true bulbs, corms, tubers and rhizomes. All bulb-type plants have underground storage parts. Bulb-type plants can survive dormancy without nutrients or moisture. In this sense they are perennials. Some bulbs ...
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HERBACEOUS ORNAMENTALS -PERENNIALS, ANNUALS AND BULBS
... BULBS HERBACEOUS ORNAMENTALS -PERENNIALS, ANNUALS AND BULBS KEY CONCEPTS I. General Discussion of Perennials, Annuals and Bulbs II. General Cultural Requirements of Perennials, Annuals and Bulbs III. Perennials IV. Annuals V. Bulbs Bulb-type plants True bulbs ...
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Information about Tubers, rhizomes, corms, and bulbs
... bulbs The Best Soil For Bulbs The Difference Between Hardy Bulbs and Tender Bulbs Fertilizing Your Bulbs How To Grow Bearded Iris Keeping Squirrels and Chipmunks from Eating Your Bulbs Overwinter Amaryllis Bulbs Planting Flower Bulbs ... re clear on that, let's take a look at how they differ: Bulbs Bulbs (which are referred to as "true bulbs") grow in layers, much like an onion. At the very center ...
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Bulbs
... Gardens Ltd. brings you Bulbs Kinds, Structure, and Function When we speak of "bulbs" we are often ... True bulbs Composed of scales attached to a basal plate The basal plate is a shortened stem The scales are the bases of leaves or are modified leaves Some examples are Lilium (true ... a time conducive to growing. Propagation of Bulbs: Growing bulbs from seeds: Families of Bulbs: Orders: 1-866-449-3344 ...
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Bulbs and More - Bulb Basics
... . Spring bulbs start to grow again in the fall and flower the following growing season. Bulbs can be broken down into five types of storage structures. These include: true bulbs, corms ... True bulbs are divided into tunicate bulbs and imbricate bulbs. A tunicate bulb has a paper-like covering or tunic that protects the scales from drying and from mechanical injury. Good examples of tunicate bulbs ...
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Gardener's Network: Types of Fall Bulbs, Corms, Tubers, Tuberous Roots, and Rhizomes
... Fall Spring Tuberous Roots Tuberous roots are similar to Rhizomes. Except it is a true root. The enlarged root sends out stems and leaves. Propagation is accomplished by separating ... DayLily Hemerocallis Spring Summer More Information: Types of Geophytes Flower Bulbs Shop for quality bulbs. TGN's Bulbmall, home to: High Quality Bulbs and Perennials New for 2006 Amaryllis Astilbe Colchicum Crocus ...
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Gardener's Network: How to Grow Tulip bulbs, the king of flowering bulbs
... Grow Tulip bulbs, the king of flowering bulbs Bulb Home Types How to Grow Fertilizer Depth Pests Propagation Forcing Bulbs Holiday Insights Greeting ... are a profusion of mixed colors to select from, too. The true tulip grower creates a work of art in planting the ... For complete instructions for forcing tulips and other bulbs to bloom indoors, see Forcing Bulbs More Information: Flower Gallery See more ...
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Daylily Dictionary: Bulbs
... Dictionary: Bulbs BULBS: NOT a generally accepted daylily term. Daylilies are herbaceous perennials and do not grow from bulbs like true lilies (lilium), tulips or narcissus. A frequent question asked by newcomers to daylilies is "...so, are they bulbs or what?" Also see: Stem. ...
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