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comment What variety of Hibiscus grows best in Northern Kentucky?
Could you share your hardiness zone as well? That way you can get recommendations from people in the same zone, not just people in your immediate locale. Thanks!
Jan
29
comment Permaculture and World Food Needs
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about large scale agriculture. Please see the help center for more information.
Jan
19
comment White/translucent-worms what to do?
As noted, we'll need a photo, a description of where you found these worms, and how they're affecting your plants. Questions about identifying animals are off topic here unless they are related to pest damage.
Jan
8
comment What is this small houseplant with serrated, waxy-looking leaves?
gardening.stackexchange.com/questions/4608/…
Dec
30
comment What vegetables/seeds/fruits at the grocery store can be viably replanted?
I removed most of your post because it doesn't address the original question. Please see the tour for an overview of how this site works, and How to Answer for what we expect in an answer. Also, some citations to back up your statement wouldn't go amiss. Thanks, and welcome to the site.
Dec
29
comment How can I differentiate between male and female Sonchafa trees?
I added a link to the Wikipedia article for Magnolia champaca. Please edit your post to correct that if I've linked to the wrong plant (the article indicates that the name may be used for other plants).
Dec
15
comment What breed/variety of grapes can be easily grown in the Philippines?
Prunes are a type of plum, completely different from grapes.
Dec
15
comment What is this tan-coloured cup-shaped mushroom found in northwestern UK?
With identification questions, it's useful to describe where in the world you found the plant, and the conditions where you found it (sun, shade, rocky hillside, forested riverbank, and so on). If you have more information about the plant, please update your question to add it. Thanks.
Dec
10
comment What are the easiest vegetables & fruits to grow in your apartment?
You added one piece of information; I asked for three. The more information that you provide us, the better the answers that you'll get.
Dec
10
comment Houseplant Identification
@J.Musser The last four words of the question are "how to maintain it". Doesn't this answer that part of the question?
Dec
9
comment What are the easiest vegetables & fruits to grow in your apartment?
What part of the world do you live in? Describe how much natural light that your plants would get? How much space do you have?
Dec
6
comment How should I cut an Aloe vera plant for extracting juice?
@Bamboo The OP never mentioned daily use. Please take a look at the full revision history of the post at gardening.stackexchange.com/posts/22514/revisions and see for yourself. Thanks!
Nov
25
comment Should I let Echinodorus Tenellus flower?
Moderator note: Comments have been removed; please see meta.gardening.stackexchange.com/questions/689/… for more information.
Nov
18
comment What is this giant prehistoric looking plant?
Can we get a better idea of the overall size of the plant? Comparing to the wall in the background, I'd guess it's about 2.5m to 3m tall and 3m to 4m across. The leaves look like they're about 40cm long by 20cm wide; is that about right? Does it have a single stem or multiple stems? Is the stem (or stems) woody or herbaceous?
Nov
16
comment What is this plant with large bright green hairy seed pods and small flowers?
With identification questions, it's useful to describe where in the world you found the plant, and the conditions where you found it (sun, shade, rocky hillside, forested riverbank, and so on). If you have more information about the plant, please update your question to add it. Thanks.
Nov
15
comment skunk deterrent using dish detergent
In US measurements, 1 cup is equal to 8 fluid ounces and 1 gallon is 16 cups or 128 fl. oz.
Nov
15
comment needle-point size white spots all around the outer edge of Ficus leaves
Detailed instructions for adding photographs are at this link on our sister site: meta.diy.stackexchange.com/questions/523/…
Nov
10
comment How do I subdivide mature chrysanthemums?
Hi! I retagged this with perennials; as noted, seedlings is for young plants. I also removed the request for an offsite resource, since there's no reason your question couldn't be answered comprehensively on this site. Finally, your side question is unrelated to the original question; please post it separately (the overwintering and mulch tags would probably be appropriate for it).
Nov
6
comment How can I get my Melampodium “Million Gold” to flower?
Hi zestzeal! It looks like you have a couple of user accounts. I've asked the site administration to merge them, which will allow you to edit, comment on any of your posts and accept an answer on your question). Welcome to the site!
Nov
4
comment Salting tennis lawns
"I have heard that tennis lawns are salted to kill the weeds." Citation needed