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Collards are dicotyledons (dicots) because they produce two cotyledons or embryonic leaves. This photo shows the young embryonic leaves that appear above the soil from the seed embryo. Eventually, true leaves develop above the two embryonic leaves.
Writer: Tom Myrick
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