Bulblet

a small bulb that develops around a parent bulb and can be removed to propagate additional plants.
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Bulblet

Bulb'let noun [ Bulb , noun + -let .] (Botany) A small bulb, either produced on a larger bulb, or on some aërial part of a plant, as in the axils of leaves in the tiger lily, or replacing the flowers in some kinds of onion.
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bulblet

<botany> A small bulb, either produced on a larger bulb, or on some aerial part of a plant, as in the axils of leaves in the tiger lily, or replacing the flowers in some kinds of onion. ... Origin: Bulb,+ -let. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Bulblet

• (n.) A small bulb, either produced on a larger bulb, or on some aerial part of a plant, as in the axils of leaves in the tiger lily, or replacing the flowers in some kinds of onion.
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Bulblet

a small bulb produced at the base of a bulb
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bulblet

a bulb arising from another bulb; a bulbil.
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Bulblet

Aerial bulb; a bulb borne above ground, as in the flower-cluster or a leaf-axil.
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Bulblet

A small bulb that develops from a larger bulb.
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