Question: Are bulbs considered monocots or dicots?
Quick Answer: The vast majority of plants that grow from bulbs are considered monocots. Though there are a few known to be dicots, they are very rare.
Why Are Bulbs Considered Monocots?
Most plants that grow from bulbs are classified as monocots because their sprouts only have a single leaf. Other common characteristics they share are leaves with parallel veins, fibrous roots, and three-petaled flowers.
Monocots That Grow From Bulbs
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