Bot. having suckers
Origin of surculoseModern Latin surculosus ; from L, woody ; from surculus, twig, graft, sucker, diminutive of surus, twig, branch ; from Indo-European base an unverified form swer-, a stake from source Old English swier, a post
Producing suckers: a surculose shrub.
Origin of surculoseLatin surcul&omacron;sus, woody, from surculus, diminutive of surus, branch, post.
(comparative more surculose, superlative most surculose)