Decent for vegetables and herbs. But lacks inventory for anything else. I enjoyed this app. I agree there should be flowers added at some point. But I think fruits should be added first. My personal advice is to add: Mint, strawberries, blueberries, and bok choi. Those were ones I was personally looking for but weren't available.
Good basic info This app has some very common plants listed. I will be planting garlic this fall and it shows how many days till it can be planted and that's pretty accurate from what I know of garlic. I'd love to see an option for companion planting someday, and more herbs listed. It's still basic but it will be useful come spring.
Must Have!!! Absolutely ideal for novices and seasoned gardners alike. Nothing else like it in the play store that I could find. The savings I've made in not planting too soon or too late more than made up for the cost of the app a hundred fold. I can not reccomend enough! Also I had some general questions which I emailed to the creator of thr app and recieved a reply almost right away. Could not be happier, a total hit for my wife and I.
Really??!! It may be helpful to let you know when to plant but needs more variety. There are many more things that people plant besides the ones listed.
Add flowers App is ok for veggies but you really need to add flowers. There also needs to be more information and a place to add notes. For 2.99 this is not worth the money!
Please put this up on Kindle (Amazon App Store)! Great app, thanks!
May 2014 - Now notifies when there is nothing to plant in a category
4/3/2013 - Added Collard Greens, Summer Squash, Zucchini, Onion Sets, Okra, Swiss Chard
4/8/2013 - Updated Spinach planting dates
5/22/2013 - Updated Tomato seedling planting dates and added basil
6/3/2013 - Adjusted fall planting dates to make more accurate.
8/13/2013 - Added Ground Cherry and Turnips
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