Plant Finder PRO

Plant Finder PRO

By C.J. Koot

  • Category: Shopping
  • Release Date: 2013-09-17
  • Current Version: 1.1.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 72.57 MB
  • Developer: C.J. Koot
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    1/5 ( 6 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $0.99
Plant Finder PRO App Ratings: 1
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Total 6 Reviews
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Plant Finder PRO App Description

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.

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Plant Finder PRO App Reviews

  • TRASH

    1
    By Rave Barbie
    You can only search plants. You can not take a picture to search and find out what your plant is..
  • Worthless and i paid for version

    1
    By Mrichcst
    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.
  • What is the point...

    1
    By Thistlepop
    ...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.
  • Worthless on first try

    1
    By Doedde
    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??
  • Filter selection needs expanded

    2
    By old feller
    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.
  • Good start

    1
    By Jolthof
    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.

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