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Are palm trees actually trees?


Botanists define trees narrowly, as woody plants with secondary growth. Palms lack secondary growth and wood. They create their tough, wood-like epidermis through primary thickening and lignification. According to the botanical definition, palms are not trees but large, woody herbs. How about that?

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