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Ratio of carbon to nitrogen, typically in a compost heap.
Plants which derive some of their nutrients by trapping and consuming animals or protozoa.
Root vegetable, usually orange, sometimes also purple or cream, where the taproot is the most commonly eaten portion
Cultivar of Brassica oleracea grown for a white head. Use this tag with questions about how to grow and care for cauliflowers.
A powered saw for quickly cutting trees and limbs.
For general questions about the usage and effects of different chemicals. For example chemicals used for wood treatment, etc. For questions about pesticides and herbicides use the [pesticide] or [her…
Fleshy stone fruit from plants in the Prunus genus
Common name for Capsicum plants of the Solanaceae (nightshade) family, grown for their often hot fruit. Use this tag with questions about caring, propagating and identifying chili varieties.
Common house plant genus scientifically known as Aglaonema. Use it with questions about caring, propagating and identifying Aglaonemas.
Flowering perennial herbacious plants and subshrubs, Genus "Chrysanthemum" species, varieties, cultivars, and hybrids.
Popular herb, also known as coriander
For questions about citrus trees, about how to care, propagate or identify them.
Fine grained mineral component of soil. Lots of clay can cause a soil to be heavy and sticky.
For questions about what plants to grow in specific climates or how different climates affect different plants or landscaping elements.
with questions that are focusing on the climbing aspect of different plants that are tend to climb when the correct environment is provided. For example Pothos, certain Philodendron speci…
Genus Trefolium, well-known trifoliate legume.
For questions about using coffee grounds as a soil amendment/compost.
For questions about gardening during cold weather conditions
The concept of planting different crops in proximity.
organic material which has undergone decomposition by microorganisms and is used as a soil amendment.
Liquid extract or dissolved solution made from steeped compost.
with [hard-landscaping] questions focusing on the usage or maintenance of concrete as a landscaping material.
Cone bearing, boreal to tropical, largely evergreen trees and shrubs, e.g., Pines, Cedars, Cypresses, Podocarps, Kauri, Firs, Larches, Hemlocks, and Yews.
For questions about growing plants in pots, troughs and other containers