No, that is not pineappling. It affects the fan appearance, not the rhizome. This looks like a rhizome which was growing under or over an obstacle (tree root, another rhizome, etc). It happens fairly often when a clump is very overgrown and rhizomes are growing over and under each other in a tangled mess.
Jan in Chatsworth
Linda Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
There was some discussion a while back about pineappling effect. Does anyone think that is what caused this deformed rhizome or is that what it looks like ?
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