Are Beets Monocots Or Dicots? (EXPLAINED)

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Are Beets Monocots Or Dicots?

Question: Are beets considered monocots or dicots?

Quick Answer: Beets are classified as dicots.

Why Are Beets Considered Dicots?

Beets produce two embryonic leaves when they sprout, and this makes them a dicot. Dicot is short for dicotyledon, which in non-scientific terms means two baby leaves.  

Dicots Similar to Beets

  • Radishes
  • Eggplant
  • Turnips
  • Carrots
  • Squash
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