Today, there is literally an app for everything in life, including gardening. Take a look at our list of must-have gardening apps below to see which ones you need to download.
Good Organic Gardening
Good Organic Gardening is a magazine with goodness at its heart – 100% real, organic and unashamedly earthy. Good Organic Gardening offers the absolute best advice for productive gardening and is the only gardening magazine that goes all the way to the dining table.
Homegrown with Bonnie Plants
With this app, you can plan out and track your vegetable plots ahead of time. That’s because it shows you a whole bunch of bed dimensions, so you can see which ones will lead to a successful gardens and which ones are just a disaster waiting to happen. It’s like having a personal gardening mentor.
Leafsnap lets you identify plants in the blink of an eye. All you have to do is take a picture of a plant with Google Goggles, or snap a shot against a white background, and submit it. That’s it. Then, in no time, you’ll have a correct identification on the plant you’re looking at. Plus, you can also search through a list of characteristics like leaf shape and flower color on the app to make an identification as well.
House & Garden
Similar to the Organic Gardening Magazine app, the House & Garden one gives you the opportunity to read Conde Naste’s shelter magazine on devices like the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
Mother Earth News
This is a popular app among gardeners because it features a library of DIY and how-to information on a bevy of useful topics like organic foods, renewable energy, natural health and country living.
If you want a reference guide on more than 26,000 plants, this is the app for you. From trees to perennials, it includes everything you could possibly imagine.
Gardener’s Journal keeps a record of your garden in as much or little detail as you like. Capture photos and make notations for everything you have growing in your garden. Great for tracking progress over time. The app’s minimalist design strives to give maximum flexibility with just enough structure to make finding the entries you are looking for quick and easy.