no a rose is a monocot
No , it is a dicot .
Roses are dicots - dicotyledons.
Roses are dicots, so therefore a floribunda rose is dicot.
monocot and dcot leavea Many grasses, wheat, sugar cane etc. have monocot leaves & Rose, Pegion pea and Mango etc. have dicot leaves.
wheat, corn, sunflower, rose, rice, lily, sarson
The Cherokee Rose (Rosa laevigata) is an Angiosperm of the Eudicot form. You can check this out because the flower has 5 petals and a wiry root ball. A monocot would have petals in groups of 3 and a bulb/corm, etc.
a seed which has one cotyledon is known as moncot seeds.examples-wheat ,maize,corn,rice,onion,sarson,rose plant,garlic,coconut banana
It is a monocot.
The rice plant is a monocot.
is it monocot