No palms are not grass, as noted in the statement below. Grasses belong to the FAMILY Poaceae which is not even in the same SUBCLASS as palms. They are in the same CLASS Liliopsida, which includes all monocots. This is a very high level of taxonomic classification, including things like Orchids, of which there are 20,000 species. Would you consider an orchid to be a grass? No, obviously not. Palms are no more grasses than people are frogs.
Yes Palms are GRASS. Remember that palms do not produce bark or a cambium layer..and do not heal or "compartmentalize" injuries like plants with woody tissue will..A palms trunk is just a mass of hardened spongy material which has expanded as the tree has grown taller..unlike a typical tree which will form annual growth rings as the tree
The palms produce xylem and phloem
This statement is far from accurate. Palms are in the family Arecaceae and grasses belong to Poaceae. Secondly, lack of a cambium is character state shared by monocots, which are not collectively referred to as grasses.
Almost all grasses, and palm trees.
There are some palm trees which are toxic to burn. One of types of palm tree considered to be toxic is the sago palm tree.
Trees, wild flowers, and grasses are called soft scape by gardeners. Hard scape is concrete, bricks and stones. Trees , flowers and grasses are called flora. Animal life is called fauna.
Trees that live in the Sahara Desert include palm trees and different types of gourds. There are also various types of grasses and cacti found in the Sahara.
Rice Wheat Sugarcane Most ornimental grasses/ lawn Most palm trees Lilies
Yes, trees and grasses are decomposers.
The collective noun for palm trees is a grove of palm trees.
No, there are no palm trees in the forest. There are palm trees in the tropics, but there are no forests in the tropics.
No palm trees are not a grass
Peaches never grow on palm trees. Only coconuts and palm nuts grow from palm trees.
dry sclerophyll bushland, consisting of eucalyptus trees, melaleuca, acacia and leptospermum (tea trees)native shrubs such as grevillea and callistemondate palm trees and mangroves on the baynative grassesexotic trees such as jacarandas and poincianas
All palm trees are vascular plants. Some palm trees bear fruit such as the coconut palm tree and the date palm tree.
various kinds of grasses & trees such as the mopane tree, baobab tree, palm tree, and the camel thorn tree.
The Palm trees don't have flowers
Well, palm trees do not eat, they use sunlight and nutrients found in dirt, soil, or sand to grow in their own respective environments. Palm trees are usually considered native to tropical areas, however this is not so, the Windmill palm tree actually lives in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains. So in other words, palm trees can grow in many different climates and can adapt to many different conditions, including very harsh conditions. If you go to RealPalmTrees.com you can get more info in regards to palm trees. You can even get more information in regards to palm trees which can live in the snow!!! Good Luck : )
No. It's too cold for palm trees.
there are queen, Mexican and sage palm trees.
No. Palm trees grow on land, not in the water.
All trees are plants, but the palm "tree" isn't considered a tree. It is a very large, tall plant.
No. They grow on banana trees. Palm trees have dates or coconuts.
All that is sweet and nommy. And palm trees. And apples. Apples are cool. So are palm trees. Palm trees are cool.
First of all there are different kinds of palm trees. Palm describes the characteristic shape of the leaves of these trees. We have the Palm oil tree as well as as the coconut palm tree and others..
There are the Arab countries, Iran, and Turkey which primarily occupy deserts and semi-arid regions. The deserts are relatively devoid of vegetation, save for oases and rivers where palm trees and numerous reeds and grasses abound. The semi-arid regions are often host to strong trees like cypress trees and light proliferation of grasses.
Palm trees are found in Tropical Rain Forests