Georgia Wildflowers

4.6
8 reviews
1K+
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Everyone
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About this app

This App helps find and identify plants. When you give the App information about a plant, such as its location, flower color and the time of year, the App will quickly show you which plants match your selections.

The App includes 3,450 species of plants found in Georgia. Overall, 1,824 are "Wildflowers", 329 are shrubs, 258 are broadleaf trees, 26 are conifers, 106 are vines, 5 are cactus, 563 are grass-like, 91 are fern-like, 212 are moss-like, and 215 are lichen.
Updated on
Jan 7, 2022

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4.6
8 reviews
Nathan Klaus
October 4, 2020
Not bad, but....I really wish they'd tell us how to distinguish between similar species! For just about any genus there are multiple species, most very similar. Often this app gives pages of information irrelevant to ID. "OK, yes, this liatris has linear leaves, they all do, yes it has a plume of purple flowers, they all do." How do I tell apart the dozen species found in my state? No info on that. Consider a "similar species" section that lists distinguishing features.
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A Google user
August 22, 2017
Very quick search with easy to understand filter criteria
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A Google user
April 15, 2017
This is a gorgeous app that not only identifies flowers, but also trees, vines, shrubs, aquatic plants, lichen and mosses. I have been able to identify photos I've taken and couldn't identify elsewhere. It is also sheer pleasure just browsing through the beautiful photos. I have also seen some of the flowers in Alabama and Florida, I think it would be a good resource for the entire Southeast. I am stunned that this app has not been downloaded thousands of times. It is a priceless resource.
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Wildflower Search
April 15, 2017
Sharon, Thank you for your review. There is an app built especially for each state. So if you go to Florida or Alabama, look up that app. It should work better. ++Steve

What's new

Added more plant photos.