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Re: SDB: Rhizome question

I noticed the same thing in my garden this past year only it appeared on
some historic TB's.


My "necks" were a little more curved almost like a fish hook.   It was
strange because the little increase appeared to be a couple of inches
from the plant but after digging around I noticed that it looped back to
the rhizome. Similar to diagram below:


,- offshoot


  , ---------,(((((((())))))))))-rhizome and soil level

   ,          ,

    ,  ,  ,  ,  






Kelly D. Norris

Master Gardener/Freelance Writer

Bedford, Iowa

Zone 4b/5a


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