11 Plant Care Apps to Keep Track of Your House Plants

Plant Care App

Do you have a garden at your house? and you love to spend your time in the garden with your houseplants and you want to keep track of your houseplants growth and health. So here I am with a perfect solution to your problem. I am going to present you the 11 plant care apps which will not only help you in tracking the progress of your plants but also give you some expert tips on gardening, to make you a pro-gardener.

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So here are the 10 Plant Care Apps to Keep Track of Your House Plants,

1. Garden Plan Pro

Garden Plan Pro will help you in gaining some expert knowledge and also help you with planning for vegetable, herb or fruit garden. This simple app helps you in designing of layout, arrangement of plants and also help you in tracking the process of your garden. This app is available for both platforms for free.

2. Plantifier

Plantifier uses the masses to help you in recognition of plants. One only need to upload a photo of the unknown plant, and other active users on the app will help you in recognizing it out. The app also assists you with caring for your garden and also help you in tracking the growth of your flowers and houseplants. This app is also available for both platforms for free.

3. Sun Seeker or Sun Surveyor

Sun, water and soil are some crucial ingredients for the life of your plants. Most plants you keep in your house will suggest one of three different amounts of sunlight. first is full sun i.e 6+ hours of sunlight every day, partial sun means 4-5 hours of sunlight daily, and full shade in which No direct sunlight. This app will help you by answering these confusing questions.

Both applications use your location to track the sun’s movement. You just need a simple compass feature to put your phone, right where the plant will sit and get a view of the sun’s movement throughout the day. These apps are available for both Android and iOS.

4. Into Garden

want to design a new garden layout and you are out of ideas. Then quickly install the Into Gardens app in your smartphone, created by a British garden designer. This app is a lifesaver for those wanting a more sustainable way of life as it encourages you to eat what you plant. This app is available for Android and iOS.

5. GardenTags

GardenTags Offers you with unconventional plant advice, inspiration and gardening tasks, this app allows gardeners to share some helpful information and tips with each other. Your houseplant care will be made easier with the help of this app, it also suggests ways to deal with wild weeds and pests. This application is also available on both Android and iOS platforms.

6. Koubachi

You just need to enter your plant’s name, average sunlight exposure, and your own location. With all that information, the app will send you daily reminders on when do your plants need water. The more you use Koubachi, the better it becomes at predicting your houseplants’ watering needs. Although you will still need to depend on your own insight and notice the conditions of the soil, this app will help you by reminding you of watering plants. This application is available for free on both the platforms.

7. My Soil

This app will tell you all about the soil and their types. It was developed in the British Geological Survey and it helps you to check the soil in your local area, and provide you with useful information in terms of soil type, depth, pH, soil temperature and organic matter content. This app can help you by suggesting which plants will flourish in your locality. Great no? Available for free on both platforms.

8. Leafsnap

This application is used by the Natural History Museum, I don’t think this needs any explanation further whether it is good or not. So I will just inform you about its working. As the app’s name suggests, the apps identify plants by their leaves. The app was first developed by the University of Maryland. It contains lovely high-resolution images of leaves, flowers, fruits, and bark.

9. Garden Answers

This is one of the most useful applications for any gardener out there. This is also a plant identifier and helps you in becoming a walking encyclopedia of all the British garden plant species discovered. Garden Answers is a user-friendly application and is an incredibly popular identification app that can instantly identify over 20,000 plants, served with some very useful information. You just need to take a snap of the plant you want to identify, and press ‘submit’. The answer will be ready.

10. My Garden

With the help of this app, you can keep track of your houseplants and their progress by easily sharing them with your friends online, to show how things are going. One can exchange photos with other gardeners to showcase, plus you can track your ongoing tasks. This app is also known as social media for gardeners. Believe me, this app will really help you in improving your gardening skills.

11. Plant Care Reminder – Plant Watering

A simple app to monitor the plant’s watering time. You can create a widget for each plant in your garden individually or create a single widget for all plants.  A widget is an image of a plant that, depending on the settings, dynamically changes its appearance, and a small calendar icon showing the number of days since the last watering. In the settings, you can choose the appearance of your plant, give it a name, add a comment, and much more!

Bottom Line

Plant Care Apps are helpful if you do not have a gardener to look after your indoor house plants.

In your busy schedule, it is impossible to check bugs and growth of the houseplants daily. In such circumstances, these plant care apps come in handy.

I am a plant lover and love spending time watering them, checking buds and flowers blooming. Apps like Koubachi are a gem for me to literally update me about the time for watering my indoor plants.

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