Love this app Super easy way to i.d. flowers. Only recommendation would be for more info about the plant. I like reading about cultural uses of plants.
Overall, I recommend it. However, a little disappointed that the feedback option in the app doesn't work, also the email that the feedback option points to gives an error. Needs some work. I couldn't find 1 of 3 wildflowers plants I looked for today - Great Hedge Nettle. Seems like it's common enough that it should be in there. (Thanks for the reply. I found the Great Hedge Nettle, but it was listed in forest instead of wetlands (which I where I found it, and what the habitat is described online. Also the ones I saw were very strongly purple, but it's listed under pink/red. )
Great for the Pacific NW! With the new Kit Kat update today the program works flawlessly. Additionally, the company (High Country Apps) tried to fix a problem a I was having, on their side, but it was ultimately an android problem. Excellent customer service.
Buy it Love this app if u like plants buy it well worth the cost and it is very easy to use and u dont need to be connected to a network to use it
Works well. Used in eastern WA and OR. Comprehensive. Search criteria seem a bit arbitrary Did not download to the SD card.
My favorite app! This is the only app I've ever rated. Love it. Great tech support from Katie.
- Updated identification data for Trientalus latifolia, Lonicera hispidula, and Rubus parviflorus.
- Updated descriptions for Mitella trifida and Mitella stauropetela.
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Montana State University presents a graminoid identification guide for Montana.
OSU's Oregon Flora Project presents a wildflower identification app for Oregon.
High Country Apps presents wildflower identification for the Colorado Rockies.
The Botanical Research Institute of Texas presents a plant identification guide.
Glacier Conservancy presents a wildflower identification guide to Glacier N Park
High Country Apps presents a wildflower identification guide for the Wasatch.