Dicot Plants

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Classification of Plants
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Lamiaceae
Lavendula spp. (lavender) 25
Mentha spp. (mint) 25
Salvia spp. (sage) 900
Thymus spp. (thyme) 350

Leguminosae
Glycine max (soybean)
Medicago sativa (alfalfa)
Phaseolus vulgaris (common bean)
Pisum sativum (garden pea)

Rosaceae
Fragaria spp. (strawberry) 12
Malus spp. (apple) 35
Prunus spp. (plum, peach, cherry,
almond) 200

Pyrus spp. (pear) 30
Rubus spp. (raspberry, blackberry) 250
Solanaceae
Capsicum annuum (chili, sweet pepper)
Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato)
Solanum tuberosum (potato)

MONOCOT PLANTS
Amaryllidaceae

Allium cepa (onion)
A. sativum (garlic)
Narcissus spp. (daffodil) 50

Liliaceae
Hemerocallis spp. (daylily) 15
Lilium spp. (lily) 100
Tulipa spp. (tulip) 100

Poaceae
Festuca spp. (fescue) 400
Poa spp. (bluegrass) 500
Zea mays (sweet corn)

Source: Christopher Brickell and Judith D. Zuk, The American Horticultural Society A–Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants (New York: DK Publishing, 1996).