Tacca

The genus Tacca, which includes the Bat flowers and Arrowroot, consists of flowering plants in the order Dioscoreales, native to tropical regions of South America, Africa, Australia, Southeast Asia, and various oceanic islands. In older texts, the genus was treated in its own family Taccaceae, but the 2003 APG II system incorporates it into the fa...
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Tacca

(Devil Flower, East Indian Arrowroot, South Sea Arrowroot) These are interesting, evergreen, perennial and herbaceous plants that grow wild in many tropical climates. They can be grown in humid, tropical greenhouses. T. pinnatifida (leontopetaloides) contains a lot of starch in its rhizomes, which, when extracted and prepared for food, is called Ea...
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Tacca

genus Tacca noun genus of tropical plants with creeping rootstocks and small umbellate flowers
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Tacca

[n] - genus of tropical plants with creeping rootstocks and small umbellate flowers
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