Asked in Garden InsectsGardeningHerbivores
Why would a plant be categorized as a weed?
August 28, 2008 8:14PM
When a plant is in a place where it is not wanted, it is categorized as a weed. www.dictionary.com - A plant considered undesirable, unattractive, or troublesome, especially one growing where it is not wanted, as in a garden.
What are the differences between weeds and flowers?
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What are some reasons a plant migh be categorized as a weed?
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What is the best difference between a garden plant and a weed?
Asked in Lawn Care, Flower Gardening, Houseplants
Is a bluebell a weed or a flower and why?
To some it could be a flower, and to another person it could be a weed. If you want the bluebell to be in the location it grew then it would be a flower. A weed is only a weed if it is located where you dont want it. i.e corn is considered a vegetable plant, however, to a farmer. a corn plant in his bean field is a weed because he doesnt want the corn plant there
Is weed a flower or plant?
A weed is a plant. There is no special biological taxonomic category for "a weed", just as there is no special taxonomic category for tree or bush. Each of these groupings is just an artificial classification that we have invented to help us describe plants that share certain characteristics. A weed can be regarded as any plant that is growing where it is not wanted. Therefore a rose in a corn field would be a weed.
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