Gardening Jargon – Rhizome
November 25, 2015 | Gardening Jargon | No Comments|
A modified plant stem which grows horizontally, under the surface of the soil. New growth then emerges from their nodes.
Vegetables & Herbs Rhizomes
- Nelumbo nucifera (lotus root)
- Fingerroot (Boesenbergia rotunda)
- Creeping Charlie
- Japanese knotweed
- Poison ivy
- Golden hops
- Stinging nettle
- Chinese lanterns
- Nandina domestica
- Plume poppy
- Virginia creeper
- Yellow archangel
Cana lily (flowering plant) is beautiful and known as well-behaved Rhizomes
- Not good for low maintenance garden
- Usually used for ground cover
Note – Removing Rhizome can be tedious task
Readers if you know any other rhizomes to be added or you think list if not correct please drop in your comments.
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