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Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower?
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower? The potato is an underground storage stem, technically called a tuber. The “eyes” are actually buds from the stem!
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower? The carrot is a modified tap root.
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower?Celery stalks are actually really large petioles!
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower? The broccoli tops are under-developed flowers sometimes called broccoli florets!
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower? The sweet potato is really quite different from a regular potato!
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower?LEAVES! Most of what we eat from the onion are the modified fleshy storage leaves around the stem.
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower? The artichoke is actually a flower bud, picked before the purple flower blooms!
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower?“Ginger root” is actually not a root at all. It is a modified storage stem called a rhizome.
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