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 What part of the plant does a green onion come from?

Answer Answer the root Answer the root No the root is below the ground and the green onion is above the ground which is a young onion. it will eventually grow into a onion.
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What part of a plant does popcorn come from?

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What part of the plant does the bean come from?

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