Was Bananas - now geophyte definition

The Silent Seed santoury@aol.com
Wed, 30 Nov 2011 08:45:53 PST
Beans ? 
Never seen anything other than wiry, stringy roots on those. Potatoes aren't listed either. 
After reading this, and the other couple of messages, I find myself confused about what could be, and what is, included in the geophyte definition of our group. 

In message <8CE7D90677A319A-C78-A043@webmail-d171.sysops.aol.com>, The 
Silent Seed <santoury@aol.com> writes
>How about potatoes and other vegetables with storage roots?


"This page lists bulbous or geophytic genera or species whose parts are 
used as food or in cooking, or as a culinary or medicinal herb or 

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