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Word up! M is for Monocot

Word up Gladioli MONOCOT



The flowering plant world is divided into monocots and dicots. In other words, plants which possess one cotyledon in their seed and those which possess two. Monocots produce a single leaf from the seed and dicots produce a pair of leaves from the seed. Examples of monocots are: grasses, lilies, orchids and irises (see picture below).
Word up Gladioli MONOCOT
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