Peanuts grow under ground on the roots of the peanut plant.
no, under ground
peanuts grow underground
Yes, peanuts grow above the ground - unlike potatoes which grow beneath the surface of the soil.
the peanuts grown in clusters at the ends of the roots/sections.
Cabbages grow above ground
Peanuts grow underground. But, peanuts aren't truly nuts; they're legumes.
Almond, walnut, hazelnut, etc, grow above ground on trees. Peanuts grow underground.
sunflowers grow above ground .
The peanut plant grows about the ground. The plant itself grows out of the ground, but the peanuts themselves are located under the soil when they are mature and ready for harvest.
They grow above the ground. On a tree. Have a look at Wikipedia.