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Live dahlia tuber dividing demonstration are noon-4 p.m. daily during the festival.
At one point during the spring, paddleboarders were rowing through Barber Park’s parking lots and water stretched over the beaches where tubers and rafters waded into the river Saturday.
The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council (NHDSC) deems the third Wednesday as the meat tuber special day as well as dedicate the whole month as National Hot Dog month.
Rock Springs Run: The crystal-clear waters that bubble from a rock cleft at Kelly Park near Apopka provide a beautiful and cool stream that is a popular spot with tubers and swimmers.
A plant native to South America that grows from a tuber, or compressed stem, in the shape of a large red, pink, white or green arrowhead.
Also found were stone arrowheads or spear points, bones probably from the llama-like vicuña, and the apparent remains of wild tubers.
Once that happens, things get exciting: The tuber will have gained enough size to produce a flower.
Jicama (a tuber that tastes like an apple) and radish gave the mixture some crunch.
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TUBER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tuber for English Language Learners
: a short, thick, round stem that is a part of certain plants (such as the potato), that grows underground, and that can produce a new plant
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