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Word up! M is for Monocot

Word up Gladioli MONOCOT

Monocot

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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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