Translation of corm in Spanish:

corm

bulbo, n.

Pronunciation: /kɔːm//kɔrm/

noun

  • 1

    bulbo masculine
    • And they are so easy to manipulate in the garden: Plant a corm and harvest flowers 85 to 100 days later.
    • We're hoping that the next garden will have a spot where we can safely plant a few corms to naturalise and spread out.
    • The most forgotten purchase of plants is bulbs, tubers and corms.
    • The corms of these selected plants were sectioned and the diameter of the corm and central cylinder determined.
    • Bulbs, tubers, roots and corms should be firm and have no obvious mechanical damage or mold.
    • The banana is a herbaceous perennial that grows from an underground corm.
    • The primary bulb species used for gardens and landscapes include: true bulbs, corms, tubers, tuberous roots, rhizomes, and enlarged hypocotyls.
    • Plant corms 3 to 4 inches deep and 6 inches apart in rich, well-drained soil in an area that gets full sun and no summer water.
    • They are rhizome-like in stalk appearance but actually develop from an underground corm, taking 10 to 15 months before flowering.
    • Despite their differing underground structures, corms, tuberous roots, and rhizomes are all referred to as bulbs.
    • To our knowledge, humans are the only organism that routinely digs up, divides and replants tubers, bulbs and corms of flowers.
    • Plant gladioli, and corms of ranunculus and anemone.
    • Bulbs are geophytes including flower-producing bulbs, corms, tubers and rhizomes with underground storage systems.
    • Clonal progeny may be produced by stolons, runners, rhizomes, tubers, buds on bulbs, corms and roots, layering of stems, and agamospermous seed.
    • Along with true bulbs, several types of flowers, sold as bulbs, grow from the underground stem growth of rhizomes, tubers, and corms.
    • The sturdy spade-shaped tool is great for loosening the soil in landscape fabric or plastic planting holes, or in beds when planting bulbs, corms or plugs.
    • Examine bulbs, corms, and tubers for shriveling and rot.
    • The former probably show more vegetative reproduction, by rhizomes, corms and bulbs.
    • Tender bulbs, corms and tubers will need protection in cold areas.
    • Some of these plants grow from corms and rhizomes.