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Ability for water to drain through soil. Use this with questions about what techniques, tools, materials to use to increase or decrease drainage of the soil or other planting medium.
Questions about how to ensure that plants survive winter, including mulching for protection, or digging them up and storing them indoors while dormant.
Illumination, required for photosynthesis. Use this tag for all questions about the required light levels for your plants. For questions specifically about artificial lights use the [led] or [grow-lam…
Short stem with fleshy leaves that acts as food storage during a plant's dormant period.
Mushrooms are 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.
Plant nutrient requirements
Plants intended to cover an area of ground.
For questions about the maintenance, usage, techniques, evaluating, and storage of gardening handheld tools. For questions about larger equipment or machines use the [equipment] tag.
Artificial application of water to land to assist in the production of crops. (Source: http://www.dictionary.com/browse/irrigation.)
Glass building to shelter and heat plants
For questions about organic gardening or when an organic solution is required.
Closely spaced shrubs and/or trees intended to form a barrier.
For questions about damaged plants, trees, landscape elements tools, etc. For questions about pest damage or wind-damage use the [pest-damage] or [wind-damage] tags.
Water is a transparent fluid which forms the world's streams, lakes, oceans and rain, and is the major constituent of the fluids of living things.
Propagation technique where the tissues of one plant are inserted into those of another.
Fleshy stone fruit from plants in the Prunus genus
A flowering plant that grows in the wild, most commonly not intentionally planted.
Questions about plants that are native to / endemic in tropical countries, or about tropical environments, whether naturally or artificially (greenhouse).
Strawberries are a hybrid species (Fragaria × ananassa) in the rose family that are grown for their red, edible fruit.
Common house plant genus with a tree or shrub like appearance. Use this with questions about care, propagation and identification of Dracaenas. Due to a botanical reclassification Dracaenas now in…
For questions about outdoor gardening, plant or insect identification.
Starchy tuber crop, member of the perennial Solanaceae
Plant which retains its leaves during winter.
Genus of woody trees, shrubs, vines, and epiphytes; also known as "fig trees".
For questions about lawn mower use in gardening.
Process of pollen transfer in plants, enabling fertilization and sexual reproduction.
Vine plants of genus Vitus, usually grown for grapes.
Members of the Orchidaceae noted for their elegant flowers.
For questions about gardening in cities.
Keeping and re-using seed
Cucumis sativus, member of the gourds with cylindrival "fruit" which are eaten as a vegetable.
For questions about dry growing conditions.
for questions on plants with an underground edible part that is used as a vegetable. Examples: Carrots, beets, potatoes, onions, ginger, etc.
Questions about mold and fungus growth
Flowering plants of genus Vaccinium; grown for their fruit.
Common name for Ficus a genus of woody trees, shrubs, vines, epiphytes, and hemiepiphytes.