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Then cut off each stalk about two inches from its junction with the corm.
AMATEUR GARDENCRAFTEBEN E. REXFORD
It has acrid properties, but its corm yields a starch which is known by the name of Portland sago or arrowroot.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIA. VOL. 1 PART 2VARIOUS
They tend to rise out of the ground, because the new bulb or corm forms on the top of the old one.
THE PRACTICAL GARDEN-BOOKC. E. HUNN
Compare again the corm of Crocus and the bulb of Onion to find the stem in each.
OUTLINES OF LESSONS IN BOTANY, PART I; FROM SEED TO LEAFJANE H. NEWELL
The corm of Cyclamen goes on to enlarge and to produce a succession of flowers and leaves year after year.
THE ELEMENTS OF BOTANYASA GRAY
Fig. 104 represents it in early summer, having below the corm of last year, from which the roots have fallen.
THE ELEMENTS OF BOTANYASA GRAY
Corm of Cyclamen, much reduced in size: roots from lower face, leaf-stalks and flower-stalks from the upper.
THE ELEMENTS OF BOTANYASA GRAY
The exhausted corm of the previous year is underneath; forming ones for next year on the summit and sides.
THE ELEMENTS OF BOTANYASA GRAY
In the later stages mix less sand with the soil, and when potting always leave the crown of the corm clear.
THE CULTURE OF VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS FROM SEEDS AND ROOTS, 16TH EDITIONSUTTON AND SONS
The operation should be so performed as to leave the crown of the corm four inches below the surface.
THE CULTURE OF VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS FROM SEEDS AND ROOTS, 16TH EDITIONSUTTON AND SONS

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