Rose mini carnation: Affection
Rhizome: Ground stem, usually horizontal and almost always underground, from which emerge leaves, lateral shoots and roots. Normally constitutes a storage organ allowing the plant’s survival during a short period of drought. Example: Begonia rex. The rhizome is a modified stem, subterranean or superficial, characterized by the accumulation of reserves and the provision of scales and buds: generally produces floral scape when flowering.