Well, sure, it includes intentional caring, I have no better words, that take place right near the plant or with the plant itself, intention is brought to separate those cases where e.g. you water your garden and you can’t choose which small plant you water, so you’re providing all the weeds with water, while you don’t have intention to water them specifically, place is there so we can separate e.g. setting up a national park to save a population that includes this plant and park having some rules about not harvesting, and real manual pulling out weeds around it, and to think it should be sufficient to be noticed, like if you walk in the forest and move branches, sometimes specifically to open a spot, it’s not prolongated enough to say humans really intentionally affected how this plant grows, but this is more controvercial, I’d say just don’t do that and it’ll be easier for everybody and correct from ecological point of view. So, you see, there’re some forms of “taking care of” that apply to wild plans and don’t affect their status, but I referred to those more straightforward ones. To add example, there’s a small self-seeded sapling that grew in tall grass, a human finds it and makes sure no plants are in front of it, he waters it and loosen the ground around it, so this sapling gets what no others around it get, it grows faster and bigger than others, so it lives by the same standarts a planted plant does, it just started its cycle by being wild, then its life was seriously impacted by humans with intent focused on this plant.