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Re: Gingers - geophytes?

Thanks Ceres.  Maybe that mention of Roscoea being a bulb on the B&BB site was just a slip.  I would think they are all rhizomes.

I didn't do too well with my Curcuma (Siam Tulip) but I would like to give some of the gingers another try.


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> In a message dated 1/4/05 11:14:08 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes: 
> << At the moment I don't have access to all my books, so maybe you can help. 
> Are gingers geophytes? >> 
> Yes, they are rhizomes. 
> C 
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