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Flowering herb; also the entire *Lamiaceae* family.
Short stem with fleshy leaves that acts as food storage during a plant's dormant period.
Ability for water to drain soil
Plants intended to cover an area of ground.
Plant nutrient requirements
Illumination, required for photosynthesis.
Common name for *Acer* trees, famous for syrup produced from their sap.
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For questions about organic gardening or when an organic solution is required.
Glass building to shelter and heat plants
A flowering plant that grows in the wild, most commonly not intentionally planted.
Artificial application of water to land to assist in the production of crops. (Source: http://www.dictionary.com/browse/irrigation.)
native to / endemic in tropical countries, or about tropical environments, whether naturally or artificially (greenhouse).
a hybrid species (Fragaria × ananassa) in the rose family that are grown for their red, edible fruit.
Closely spaced shrubs and/or trees intended to form a barrier.
a transparent fluid which forms the world's streams, lakes, oceans and rain, and is the major constituent of the fluids of living things.
Fleshy stone fruit from plants in the Prunus genus
Propagation technique where the tissues of one plant are inserted into those of another.
for questions on plants with an underground edible part that is used as a vegetable. Examples: Carrots, beets, potatoes, onions, ginger, etc.
For questions about lawn mower use in gardening.
Keeping and re-using seed
Starchy tuber crop, member of the perennial Solanaceae
Process of pollen transfer in plants, enabling fertilization and sexual reproduction.
Members of the *Orchidaceae* noted for their elegant flowers.
Cucumis sativus, member of the gourds with cylindrival "fruit" which are eaten as a vegetable.
Plant which retains its leaves during winter.
Using the best techniques
Vine plants of genus *Vitus*, usually grown for grapes.
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Questions about mold and fungus growth
The loss of rigidity in a plant / one of a range of plant diseases
Genus of woody trees, shrubs, vines, and epiphytes; also known as "fig trees".
Tree or shrub, genus *Quercus* noted for lobed leaves and 'acorn' seeds.
Flowering plants of genus Vaccinium; grown for their fruit.