Root vegetables are plant roots used as vegetables. While botany distinguishes
true roots such as tuberous roots and taproots from non-roots such as tubers, ...
Taproots. Taproots can become swollen and colorful or can remain quite drab but
tasty. Examples of common edible taproots include: Carrots,; radishes,; turnips ...
Two pounds of seed potatoes yields 50 pounds of edible roots. Many plant
species feature swollen root structures that act as nutrient storage reservoirs for
Jun 16, 2015 ... This is Page 1 of five web pages. This provides some examples of vegetable
crops having vegetative part (roots) that is used in the preparation ...
Jun 20, 2015 ... List of stem vegetables (vegetable crops) grouped according to their kinds of
edible stems used in culinary preparation.
Items 1 - 36 of 36 ... A list of root vegetables and tubers. These are edible plants in which the leaves,
stems, flowers, or roots are edible. This list does not include ...
Jan 10, 2010 ... Edible roots are suitable in community gardens in: shared gardening space for
root crops which grow as spreading crops; larger allotments of a ...
The following vegetables are examples of true Root Vegetables: Carrots,
Horseradish, Radishes, Rutabagas, Parsnips, Salsify, and Turnips. They are
Noun, 1. root vegetable - any of various fleshy edible underground roots or tubers
root vegetable - any of various fleshy edible underground roots or tubers.
The red rhubarb stalk is also another example of an edible stem. In other plants,
the stem is a secondary source of food. Broccoli falls under this category.