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Here's a quick explanation of how plants are classified from Kingdom, the highest division, all the way to Variety, the lowest. Remember, a common wildflower like Black-eyed Susan is called Rudbeckia hirta. Rudbeckia is the Genus name. Hirta is the Species. You’ll find these two sub-divisions way down on this list.
Class divides plants into the two large groups, Dicots and Monocots.
A. Dicotyledons (Dicots are plants with two seed leaves.
This huge group, with approximately 2/3 of all flowering plants, includes most
all wildflowers. Dicots have "net-veined" leaves, which means they have the
familiar leaves with center vein plus branching veins running from it.
B. Monocotyledons (Monocots, plants with one seed leaf,
are the grasses and other simpler plants, and make up about 1/3 of all flowering
plants. Monocots have parallel-veined leaves.)
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