Where Do Peanuts Grow?

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Peanuts belong to the legume family along with other pulses such as peas, beans and lentils. Peanuts grow under the ground, not on trees.
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Peanuts (the nut itself) grow under the soil. A major grower and exporter of peanuts is China, but I'm not certain where else they grow. It is actually a legume, not a nut
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Peanut plants originated in South America, and now are grown worldwide. Georgia grows nearly
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The shelled peanut pod contains viable plant seeds. People eat peanuts only when the seed embryos are boiled or dried and roasted. If left in moist, warm soil of at least 65 degrees
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They grow in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia.
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2 Additional Answers
If you're wondering where peanuts grow, in the U.S. half the peanut crop was grown in Georgia. Peanuts grow on a plant that flowers above the ground, but produces the fruit (peanuts) below the ground. You can find more information here: http://www.peanutcircusclub.com/faq.htm
Peanuts are a type of plant that grows in warm climates. It is a legume that grows on the ground, like a soybean. Surprisingly, despite its name, a peanut is not even a nut at all!
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