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Fresh flowers are a great, affordable way to add color and life to any room in your home or office. We give you a tip to look after your flowers and plants! Take care of your flowers and plants! Help yourself to remember all necessary activities using uFlowers app!* All main activities for every plant - watering, spraying, fertilizing - with specified frequency.* Synchronization with Goolge calendar* Handy calendar for all your flowers* Plants reference book

Biology - Plant Morphology

Online Science Classroom
The handbook "Biology - Morphology of Plants" will be useful to high school students, prospective students and everyone who is interested in biology, botany and plants.The free version of the handbook "Biology. Morphology of Plants "is available to" Flower ", which presents the characteristics and structure of flowers."Biology. Morphology of Plants" (botany) handbook will be a good biology helper!Requires Adobe Air 3.1+Languages: English, German, Russian


HerbiGuide provides information on weeds, pests and diseases in crops, pastures, horticulture and environmental situations to help you with crop protection decisions. It includes information on over 200 crops, 600 weeds, 100 insects and 250 diseases with solutions drawn from over 1000 herbicide, insecticide and fungicide products, covering some 300 active ingredients.Weed identification using polyclave computer keys and plant images is also included for free.

Forage Plant Identification

This guide, though not exhaustive, is designed to help you identify the main forage plants in Québec and become familiar with their characteristics. It was created to be easy to use wherever you are – out in the fields or on the farm. It is an educational tool that we hope will serve as a reference guide for agricultural producers, educators, trainers, advisors and other stakeholders of the forage sector.


University of Tennessee Research Foundation
Green Industry professionals often find themselves in the field needing immediate access to insect and disease information, pesticide recommendations, and plant care guidelines. IPMPro puts that all at your fingertips and will streamline pest management decision-making, accelerate employee training, and will make complying with state pesticide recordkeeping regulations easy for on-the-go professionals. IPMPro literally alerts you to diseases, insects, weeds and critical plant care issues as they are emerging so you have an advanced warning and don’t get caught unprepared! Not only that, but pesticide application records are quickly and conveniently recorded by IPMPro and sent to your email address for easy compliance.IPMPro does more than present information already available online. With its suite of functionalities IPMPro is like having a consultant in the field to address your needs as a business owner, manager or crew leader:Receive text-like alerts for time-sensitive pest issues and plant care - alert date adjusted to your location!!; Consult images, pest lifecycle, and management options for major pests of woody plants; Reference how-to information and images of cultural practices; Obtain pesticide recommendations for major diseases and insects; Utilize built-in pesticide recordkeeping for documentation while outdoors; Track pests and cultural practices in calendar view or a chronological list; and Assist in educating new employees and experienced professionals. Plus IPMPro has bonus weed management content!IPMPro is less than the cost of a magazine subscription and is updated constantly, bringing the most current information to you wherever the job is! Built by horticulture and pest management experts in cooperation with growers and landscapers, IPMPro was built for USDA Plant Hardiness Zones four through eight, which includes states just west of the Mississippi River, east and north to Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and south to the Gulf Coast.For more information about IPMPro and FAQs, please see our website

Greenhouse Management Magazine on the App Store on iTunes

GIE Media, Inc.


Greenhouse Management offers a wide range of plant production, business management, disease/pest control and news content to growers of both annual and perennial ornamental plants under cover. We strive to keep our U.S. and Canadian readers abreast of the latest technological and procedural advancements that can help them increase efficiency and improve operations.

Our Rose Garden on the App Store on iTunes

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Our Rose Garden features information about various roses, how to plant and prune roses, how to protect roses in the winter, a gallery to keep track of favorite roses with notes, information on diseases and pests, and includes several University of Illinois Extension YouTube videos about rose care.

HortChat Gardening Secret Tips

Apps God Software
Welcome to HortChat, your Horticulture and Gardening advice tips & secrets destination!HortChat is an interactive community web site in which you can get information on garden and plant tips, ask questions and make comments.I would like to personally welcome you to the site. My name is Kris and I will be your host. I have a degree in horticulture and have studied and worked with plants for many years. I have also volunteered as a Master Gardener for 17 years.At Hortchat, we share the trials and tribulations of gardening and growing plants. We may not know everything but we’ll try our best to help. If you have a suggestion or solution to a gardening / plant problem , we would like to hear about it. We are interested in giving folks the best gardening tips and creating a great community of expert gardeners!Main Topics of Discussion Include:African violetsAmaryllisAnimal repellentsAphidsAvocadoAzaleaBasilBay laurelBlack WalnutsBleeding heartBougainvilleaBrugmansiaBulbsButterfly gardenCalla liliesChoosing annualsChristmas cactusChristmas treesCilantroClematisClimbing hydrangeaColeusConfederate JasmineConfederate roseContainer gardeningCornCosmosCucumbersCyclamenDaffodilsDeadheadDeer annualsDeer perennialsEaster lilyedible flowersElephant EarEndless Summer HydrangeaFlorist HydrangeaFreesiaFuchsiaFungus gnatsGardeniaGeraniumGerbera DaisyGingerGladiolusGloxiniaGrowing Herbshanging basketsHibiscusHopsHostahouseplant carehydrangia careImpatiensIrisIris borerJapanese beetlesJasmineKalanchoeLady beetleLantanaLiliesLucky bambooMandevillaMealy bugsMini roseMistletoeMorning Glory VineMumNorfolk pinePansyPaperwhitesPeppersPineapplePoinsettiaPowdery mildewPrimrose carePumpkinsRieger begoniaRosemaryRosesScaleSeasonal Plant tipsSeedsShamrock (Oxalis)SlugsSpider mitesSpider plantSquash vine borerThripsTomatoTreesTrumpet VineVenus FlytrapweedsWest Nile virusWhite flyWildflowersWisteriaCome check us out at

PlantNet Plant Identification
Pl@ntNet is an image sharing and retrieval application for the identification of plants.It is developed by scientists from four French research organisations (Cirad, INRA, Inria and IRD), and the Tela Botanica network, with the financial support of Agropolis fondation.Among other features, this free app helps identifying plant species from photographs, through a visual recognition software. Plant species that are well enough illustrated in the botanical reference database can be easily recognized.This app works on more than 4100 species of wild flora of the French territory, the species list is available through the application. The number of species and the number of images used by the application evolve with contributions of end users to the project.It doesn't allow the identification of ornamental plants. It works even better than the pictures submitted are focused on one organ. Pictures of tree leaves on uniform background provide the most relevant results.If you correctly identify a species, you can participate to the project by submitting your observation with the "contribution" button. These contributions subject to a moderation process will be validated collaboratively.To find this application on the web, go to the following link: who want to contribute more interactively to this participatory science project can go to: us:

Dirr's Tree and Shrub Finder on the App Store on iTunes

Timber Press, Inc. Apps


Based on Michael A. Dirr’s classic work, The Manual of Woody Landscape Plants, Dirr's Tree and Shrub Finder covers 1670 species and 7800 cultivars, with 7600 high-quality plant images. The plant database is searchable by 72 criteria, including hardiness zones, water and light requirements, growth characteristics, flowers, fruits, and fall colors. The app offers the latest and most reliable information on woody landscape plants for the landscape professional and the home gardener alike in an inexpensive and accessible format.

• Sort by common and scientific name
• Search function with 72 criteria makes finding a specific plant easy
• A–Z Browse Feature
• 7600 photographs, plus more than 1120 line drawings
• Includes over 9400 plants, more than any other app on the market
• Based on Michael Dirr’s celebrated Manual of Woody Landscape Plants