Based on Michael A. Dirrs classic work, The Manual of Woody Landscape Plants, Dirrs 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. Sort by common and scientific name Search function with 72 criteria makes finding a specific plant easy AZ 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 Dirrs celebrated Manual of Woody Landscape Plants
SGMPlants - Plants of the San Gabriel Mountains
TreeBook is a free guide to 100 common trees in North America, providing an easy way to identify a tree - with images, search, synonyms for trees, layman terms, and for the more scientifically minded - detailed terminology. Hand-drawn images, photos, and range maps complete the thorough description of each tree. Please note, this App only contains information for trees in North America.
The Purdue Tree Doctor app has been developed by experts at Purdue University to help people better identify and manage tree problems caused by a variety of factors, including insects and diseases. Landscape professionals, arborists, and garden center personnel can use this app to improve communication with their customers. * Search information by tree or by pest.
Hort Plants is a comprehensive photographic plant database covering all types of landscape plants for mid-south USA such as trees, shrubs, vines, ground covers, ornamental grasses, annuals and perennials. Included with the photographic database is comprehensive cultural and plant characteristic information.
The Purdue Perennial Doctor app has been developed by experts at Purdue University to help people better identify and manage insect, disease and environmental problems you find on your herbaceous, perennial landscape plants, from anemone to yarrow, to name but a few of the more than 100 commonly planted perennials in the Midwest. Landscape professionals and garden center personnel can use this app to improve communication with their customers. * Search information by flower or by pest.
SGMPlants is a highly detailed interactive field guide to plants of theSan Gabriel Mountains near Los Angeles, California. Based on an interactive CDROM from Cliff and Gabi McLean of Nature At Hand, this large appover 600MBhas the most photos and most detailed plant information of any iPhone guide covering this region:- Over 1800 full-sized photos and over 800 thumbnail photos covering 258 species.- Thumbnail browser lets you browse photos of flowers, leaves, and fruit, letting you quickly identify plants even when theyre not in bloom.- Powerful search function lets you find plants based on leaf and flower characteristics, blooming period, plant type, gardening requirements, plant community, and more- In-depth description of each plant includes latin and common names, family, thumbnail photo, key traits for identification, gardening suitability, plant communities, fire and drought adaptions, meaning of the plants name, related species, gardening requirements, and more.- Dozens of pages of additional content on botany, gardening with California Native Plants, the geology and geography of the San Gabriel Mountains, references, and more. Never forget your field guide in the car or at home againthis app is the perfect companion for you if you hike, bike, camp, drive through, or live near the San Gabriel Mountains.