(Greek > Latin: trunk of a tree or body)
A short swollen underground stem base in some plants such as crocuses and gladioli that stores food over the winter and produces new foliage in the spring.
New corms often form on top of old ones and are used as a means of propagating new plants.
Having or producing corms.
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