Bulb Garden

True bulbs, corms, tubers, tuberous roots, and rhizomes are underground storage organs lying dormant over winter. A bulb is a plant that stores its complete life cycle in underground storage structures providing nutrient reserves to ensure the plants’ survival. Other plants can have similar morphological adaptations to survive periods of stress using succulent leaves and stems, pseudo-bulbs (orchids), bulb-like caudex roots and caudiciform stems (baobabs, cycads).