Thank you for this jwidness! I think this will solve the problem. I will now have to go out and take photos of wild organisms. Follow-up question though:
Are plants growing “accidentally” in an enclosed area considered cultivated? For example, within our school grounds we have many green spaces that are pretty much left on their own. Minimal weeding, no fertilizer input and only the absolute minimum of watering during the dry season is done. Are the plants in these areas considered cultivated? This describes pretty much everything in my collection (I don’t take photos of potted plants and those that have been planted and actively maintained by our school gardener).
A similar case, I think, is when you spot a plant on the fringes of a golf course (not on the green or fairway). Will that plant be considered cultivated even though it is “allowed” to grow undisturbed by maintenance personnel of the said golf course?