I figured most everyone would get this one, but this is the time of year that we have a huge influx of gardener newbies and I felt we needed some 'back to basics' questions to go along with the more advanced ones.
We've now got a few answers in the other columns too.
If anyone has a suggestion for a good Voting Booth question...D-mail me. I'll be more than happy to work up your ideas!
I used it alot when I lived on Guam t start starapples and boonielimes (wild citrus from the jungle). When I got home here a friends grandmother had died and he wanted a start from the crabapple tree in front of her house. So I did the layer for him. 4 months later they had the auction, so he cut it off the parent tree and stuck in the ground. The layer had taken and now it's a 10-12 foot tall tree with lots of flowers in the spring and good wine crabs in the early fall.
I don't have the ability to change the Voting booth mid-week...and I've also found that I can't correct any mis-spellings or typos once the question goes live. (I've got to stare at my faux pas all week)
It will change at noon on Mondays. This week's question isn't hard...but it isn't a botany question either.
I'll add some more difficult questions to the line up though.