Succulent Tracker

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72 reviews
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About this app

Collections grow quickly and soon, it becomes difficult to remember which plant was watered and when. This app will keep track of the names of your plants, where they are located, and events like potting, pruning, fertilizing, and treating for pests. You can keep a photographic history of each plant, using the camera in your device or a photo taken elsewhere.

If you have a hard time remembering when you watered last...
Or need a reminder of when to water next...
Or something to remind you NOT to water again (so you don't over water and kill your succulents)...

The Succulent Tracker app is going to be your new best friend. Inside the app you can record information about individual plants in your collection:
The scientific name
A nickname
Watering schedule
When it was last watered
When you repotted
When you retreated for bugs
Where you purchased it
If you make changes to the light or location
When you propagate it
...And more!

The app will also show you which plants are ready to be watered next based on schedules you've set or the average number of days between watering.
Open up the individual plant view to record information about your plant, add a new picture, or simply see the history of what has happened over the past few weeks.
Updated on
Apr 22, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
72 reviews
Momo The Moogle
April 15, 2022
I absolutely love this app! I got the yearly subscription because I have a LOT of succulents, and it is SO worth it. I never have to worry about forgetting to water my plants since the app lets me know when to water them, and it is easy to record and keep track of when I last watered/fertilized/repotted/etc. I like being able to tap one button to mark all plants in an arrangement as having been watered, and I love having care information about my succulents easily available in the app itself.
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Succulents and Sunshine
April 15, 2022
Thank you! We're so glad it's been helpful.
Bren Pourciau
July 21, 2022
Unless I'm doing something wrong, first of all I have a horrible time growing any plants. I thought this would help me with my few succulents. I thought watering them is like once a month. This app tells reminds me to water once a week? I don't know 🤷‍♀️
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Succulents and Sunshine
July 27, 2022
Thank you! The watering timelines are determined three ways: 1.Matching your plant to one in our database and using the suggested timeline. Adjust these based on your climate. 2. You set a schedule to water the plant. 3. Calculated average -- the app determines how often you've watered and will recommend watering based on the history in the app.
Heather B
May 9, 2022
I wasn't able to get much from this app. You can set a Google alert to remind you to water plants. I thought this app would tell me about my plants; when to water, how much, how much sun, etc. It did nothing for my particular plants.
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Succulents and Sunshine
April 26, 2022
Thank you for the feedback! The purpose of the app is to help you store and record information about your plants in an organized way. We do also have information built into the app (water, light, dormancy) about 200 different varieties. You can see how to access that information here:

What's new

Several bugfixes:
Plants now update overnight if app is left open
Plants should always stay in order when watered
Better multi-device behavior