I was looking at this identification question. The identification request includes a picture of a nondescript seedling growing at the edge of a pot. It has been inactive for more than a year, with no additional information supplied in response to queries in the comments.
Some seedlings are readily identifiable, particularly if you know what has been growing or has been planted in a location, or if the seedling has a distinctive characteristics. Without that information, seedling identification becomes more problematic. Leaf morphologies in seedlings can be radically different than those seen in mature plants. Some mature plants can only be confidently identified by their flowers and fruit.
In such a case as this, where there is no response to the requests for additional information, should the question be flagged as too broad?