Find plants based on their color, flowering period, height, planting location, or name. This version offers a selection of more than 7,000 plants! Each plant comes with a description and photo. You can put plants from your own garden into a plant list. You can also create a plant wish-list, which can be convenient when going to a grower or garden center. You can rate a plant. Every week, a new Plant of the Week is displayed.
This is a Ad free version.
The applications Plant Finder PRO was published
in the category Catalogs on 2013-09-17 and
was developed by C.J. Koot.
The file size is 72.54 MB.
The current version is 1.1.3 and works well on
6.0 and high ios versions.
- Users can make personal notes for the plants in their plant list.
- New search/selection criteria on the hardiness of plants.
- Users can now mail their plant list to themselves to save as PDF or print.
Facebook advertised this app. Doesn't do what they say and i upgraded, paid...doesn't do anything. It Couldn't even locate or identify very common plants. Wish i could get money back.
...of having a plant finder with no place to put in your zone? It should be the first thing they ask. I don't want to crawl through a bunch of California plants when I live in NY. Or an option for attracting pollinators. You would be better off using the free finder on HGTV or anywhere else on the web.
I sprung for pro version so I had more choices. I started with a search for one plant. I had actually already purchased this plant and had the nursery tag right in front of me. Spell check is a nightmare! No matter how many ways I searched I kept getting no information found! I tried Latin name, English name, color, size, etc..... No results! If it can't even find an azalea how will it find anything else??
The selections in the filter are not fine enough to provide the user with a smaller list to identify a plant. However it is probably fine for selecting a plant for landscaping.
This app has a long way to go to be a plant search database. Very few filters. Most plants don't have the usual English plant name. I'll be patient waiting for updates.