|This article is about the Bulb Bush. You may be looking for the Bulbo Tree.|
Bulb Bushes are a fast spreading flora species found exclusively in the Bulb Zone. Four different sizes can be found: Pygmy, Common, Large and Giant. Bulb Bushes can be harvested for their edible samples by using the knife. The Bulb bush sample is an ingredient in Hatching Enzymes.
Bulb Bushes feature a large, purple spherical body with a lumpy texture. Smaller light blue, glowing spheres cover most of its surface.
The thick stem is composed of many thin, gray, intertwined roots tightly packed together.
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This aquatic species has evolved to grow in deep, sandy environments, and to conserve its hydration levels against relatively extreme external temperatures. The root system can fragment the shale rock it grows on to form a deep anchor point, allowing predators to graze but not easily uproot the entire plant.
This grazing will tend to dislodge parts of the plant, and each section is capable of growing into a fully formed adult plant, explaining the concentrations of bulb bushes in some parts of the world.
Assessment: Edible in small quantities - High water content
- The Bulb Bush was once known as the Koosh Bush. This name was changed to prevent potential copyright infringements.