Question: Are marigolds considered monocots or dicots?
Quick Answer: Taxonomists classify marigolds as dicots.
Why Are Marigolds Considered Dicots?
Marigolds have all the characteristics generally used to describe dicots. They have net-like veins in their leaves, a taproot, and their petal count is divisible by four. Most importantly, marigolds seeds contain two seed leaves, which is actually the determining factor.
Dicots Similar to Marigolds
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