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Vegetable species of the onion genus, *Allium*.
Temperate annual or biennial crop grown for salad leaves.
Covering of ice caused by locally sub-freezing temperatures.
For questions when to plant plants or sow seeds
Genus of flowering plants, also known as Hortensia.
For questions about supporting plants, from caging tomatoes to trellising a grapevine to staking trees.
Cultivated summer squash, also known as a courgette.
*Acer palmatum* - a woody plant native to East Asia.
Stone fruit, genus *Prunus*
A general tag for fixing problems
*Helianthus annuus*. New World annual noted for its large flowering head.
Using worms to produce compost
Plants in the 'cabbage' family, a genus of mustard.
organic material that is used as a fertilizer. Manure can be from animals, plants ("green manure"), or compost.
Area of very low precipitation - typically less than 10in/year.
separate sections of land. Use this tag for questions about how a fence impacts a garden, or your activities in the garden.
grown for food.
The concept of planting different crops in proximity.
For questions about gardening during cold weather conditions
Landscaping term that refers to construction materials used in landscaping.
Winged warm-blooded creatures, family *Aves*
For gardening during the winter season
Horticultural/Agricultural systems modeled on ecological relationships.
Edible fruit from several species of genus Rubus.
Tests for various soil characteristics including nutritional and contaminant content.
fit to be eaten by humans.
questions about a body of standing water, either natural or artificial, that is usually smaller than a lake. Usually ponds contain shallow water with marsh and aquatic plants and animals.
Several species of *Pyrus*
Invasive non-native problem plants
Edible bulb, *Allium cepa*
For questions about poisons - both animal and plant.
Flexible pipe used for water - typically to irrigate plants
material in which plants grows, and fungi taking water and food from it. Common examples are soil and water.
primarily cultivated for their edible leaves.