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If a plant reproduces by bulbs, does it make seeds too? why?


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Yes, some plants that grow from bulbs can make seeds too, such as some tulips. However, it is generally easier to grow new tulips from bulbs. Some plants could have both as two possible ways to multiply.

http://ezinearticles.com/?Know-the-Difference-Between-a-Tulip-Bulb-and-a-Seed&id=510863

Anthony Brach
Missouri Botanical Garden
c/o Harvard University Herbaria



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