Are palm trees gymnosperms?

Answer No they are monocotyledonous angiosperms

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Are oak trees angiosperm or gymnosperms?

Oak trees are flowering plants of the genus Quercus. These plants have inconspicuous male or female flowers, and bear fruit in the form of acorns. Quercus species and all other flowering plants are... Read More »

Are pine trees gymnosperms?

According to the National Biological Information Infrastructure, pine trees are gymnosperms, which means "naked seed." This is a group with seeds that grow on a modified leaf or cone and includes c... Read More »

The Differences Between Palm Trees & Palmetto Trees?

While they are all members of the Arecaceae family, palmettos (Sabal adans.) and palms are not the same plants. Only a few palm trees such as the Everglades palm (Acoelorraphe wrightii), Florida si... Read More »

Are Florida palm trees really trees?

On One Hand: Florida Palm Trees are Considered TreesA Florida palm tree is considered to be a tree even though it has different-looking leaves and a different trunk compared with other trees. The f... Read More »