Difference between revisions of "Cormel"

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http://www.thebulbman.com/Bulb%20Photos/Tritonia/Tritonia%20deusta%20deusta.jpg<br><br>
 
http://www.thebulbman.com/Bulb%20Photos/Tritonia/Tritonia%20deusta%20deusta.jpg<br><br>
An example of a corm-forming plant (<em>Tritonia deusta</em>).<br>   
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An example of a cormel-forming plant (<em>Tritonia deusta</em>).<br>   
 
Source: http://www.thebulbman.com/Catalog.html<br><br>
 
Source: http://www.thebulbman.com/Catalog.html<br><br>

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1. a small corm that forms around the parent corm. It can be removed and planted to propagate (propagation) a new plant.

Tritonia%20deusta%20deusta.jpg

An example of a cormel-forming plant (Tritonia deusta).
Source: http://www.thebulbman.com/Catalog.html