Question: Are peonies considered monocots or dicots?
Quick Answer: Taxonomists classify peonies as dicots.
Why are Peonies Considered Dicots?
Scientists classify both the tree peony and herbaceous peony as dicots because they have seeds that contain more than one seed leaf. Despite their range of sizes, all peonies also produce flowers with a petal count divisible by four or five, have woody stalks, and leaves with web-like veins.
Dicots Similar to Peonies
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