A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
For questions about growing fungi or curing fungal diseases.
For questions about herbs - plants typically used for flavor.
For questions about growing plants in pots, troughs and other containers
For questions about moving plants between pots or beds.
typically below ground.
raised above the surrounding soil.
The process of producing more plants by seeds, cuttings, etc.
Miniature version of a tree curated in a small container by trimming its roots and branches. Each Specimen of bonsai trees needs different requirements such as soil type, amount of sun, watering sched…
For lawn-fixing and repair questions
Usually refers to New World *Capiscum* plants of the *Solanaceae* (nightshade) family, but can also refer to plants such as black pepper (*Piper*) and pimenta.
For general questions about plant fruits.
For questions about citrus trees.
For larger scale 'landscape' questions.
Climbing and trailing plants
Large, green-skinned and pear-shaped drupe fruit grown on the tree of the same name
Common name for *Capsicum* plants of the *Solanaceae* (nightshade) family, grown for their often hot fruit.
When a plant produces flowers
Woody perennial, genus *Rosa*, grown for attractive flowers
A plant that lives for two or more years.
For questions about quantity of sunlight.
a culinary herb (Ocimum basilicum) from the mint family. Use this tag for all varieties of basil (sweet basil, holy basil, etc.)
About modifying a soil's content.
Questions about when and how to harvest crops.
Genus of flowering succulent plants
Moving plants from one pot to another
Family *Arecaeae*, monocot flowering plants known for their tropical habit.
gardener-applied ground covers.
Plant propagation technique
For questions about damage from animals
Soil used for pot plants
widely cultivated edible fruits in the genus Malus. Use this tag for questions on both the fruit and the tree.
the fleshy fruiting bodies of a fungus, which bear spores for reproduction. Includes mushrooms with a stem and cap as well as any fruiting body, such as truffles or jelly fungus.
Colloquial expression usually referring to arthropods.
Small evergreen citrus tree with yellow fruit.
Questions about how to ensure that plants survive winter, including mulching for protection, or digging them up and storing them indoors while dormant.
Method of growing plants in water without soil.