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.
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…
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.
Slow continuous irrigation, also known as drip irrigation or trickle irrigation.
For questions about dry growing conditions.
when a questions is about earthworms specifically. This is for questions about their needs in compost piles, their beneficial effects to lawns, soil compost, etc.. For questions about …
the branch of biology dealing with the relations and interactions between organisms and their environment, including other organisms
fit to be eaten by humans. Use this tag with questions about whether a plant or fruit is edible or what [pesticide], [herbicide] or other [chemicals] are safe (use t…
Solanum melongena grown for its edible fruit. It is also known as aubergine. Use this tag with questions about how to grow and care for eggplants.
A common indoor and outdoor plant scientifically known as Hedera helix. Use it with questions about caring, propagating and identifying English ivy.
For questions about the maintenance, usage, techniques, evaluating, and storage of larger machines and equipment used in gardening. Such as compactors, tractors, gas tillers, etc.. For questions about…
Controlling soil erosion in a horticultural setting
A diverse genus of flowering plants commonly known as Spurge. Use it with questions about caring, propagating and identifying Euphorbias.
Plant which retains its leaves during winter.
Gardening during Autumn/Fall
separate sections of land. Use this tag for questions about how a fence impacts a garden, or your activities in the garden.
A humidity, moisture and shade loving class of plants. Use this tag with questions about care, propagation and identification of ferns.
with questions about how to use or how to choose fertilizers for specific plants.
A variety of grass popular in lawns.
Genus of woody trees, shrubs, vines, and epiphytes; also known as "fig trees".
Linear plantings of trees/shrubs designed to reduce wind speed in open fields, preventing soil erosion and protecting adjacent crops from wind damage.
Common name for Ficus a genus of woody trees, shrubs, vines, epiphytes, and hemiepiphytes.
When a plant produces flowers
The reproductive organs of most garden plants.
grown for food.