Just some thoughts on the gardening category. It would be nice if a garden tools subcategory could be added. Having written a hub on this subject, I can't make up my mind whether the best option is to locate it in the hand tools category under home improvement or possibly in the garden design or landscaping sub-categories. Maybe I'm ignorant but whats the difference between garden design and landscaping? Could these categories be merged? Also a plant propagation sub category could be useful which would cover all aspects of plant multiplication such as sowing seeds, grafting, taking cuttings etc.
by Eugene Brennan2 years ago
How about a new sub category in the gardening category? A "plant propagation" sub category would categorize hubs dealing with all aspects of increasing stocks of plants e.g. sowing seeds, taking...
by Janis Leslie Evans3 years ago
When choosing hub topic category and hub group, do they have to be consistent? For example, I put my latest hub in the "Food and Cooking - - - Quick and Easy Recipes - - - Quick and Easy Dinners - - - Quick and...
by larryfreeman7 years ago
In the coming months, we will be adding categories to HubPages. In conjunction with the current tagging, this will make it easier to find related hubs.Before we launch this new feature, we wanted to get your...
by Wife Who Saves6 years ago
Is it possible to have a Container Gardening subsection in the gardening category?
by larryfreeman8 years ago
As I mentioned in a previous announcement, categories are coming to HubPages.Here is the planned breakdown of the Books & Entertainment CategoryBooks & Entertainment (Top Level)* Books & Magazines (now...
by Faith Reaper23 months ago
Each year when the Hubbie Awards roll around, I am always thinking of other categories that may be appropriate for the Hubbie Awards. Can you think of any other categories that you would like to see added in the...
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