This is a suggestion about the gardening category. How about adding a gardening tools sub-category? I know there is a power tools and hand tools category under the home improvement category. However a specific garden tools category would be much more relevant.
Great suggestion, eugbug! I'll create one within the next couple days.
Great!, I have one hub to go into this category, and need to get motivated to come up with ideas for more. Maybe the Sun will give me inspiration? (If it ever appears).
Okay, I've just created a Gardening Tools Topic under Home>Gardening>Gardening Tools. It will take up to 24 hours for the new Topic Page to show up, but you can categorize Hubs under Gardening Tools now (and they'll show up on the new Topic Page when it appears).
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