Question: Are daffodils considered monocots or dicots?
Quick Answer: Botanists classify daffodils as monocots.
Why Are Daffodils Considered Monocots?
Daffodils have one embryonic leaf that emerges when they sprout, and this makes them a monocot. Monocot is an abbreviated form of monocotyledon, which translates to a single leaf for everyday people.
Monocots Similar to Daffodils
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