Washington Wildflower Search

4.5
16 reviews
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Content rating
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 3,484 species of plants found in Washington. Overall, 1,906 are "Wildflowers", 247 are shrubs, 106 are broadleaf trees, 31 are conifers, 31 are vines, 458 are grass-like, 95 are fern-like, 292 are moss-like, 98 are seaweed and 318 are lichen.
Updated on
Jan 8, 2022

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4.5
16 reviews
A Google user
October 18, 2018
This is a great botanical reference for Washington state, and it's free! If you are a beginner interested in identifying wild plants, an avid amateur, or a professional botanist like myself, download this app now. It's a wonderful example of how to effectively use a database to search, sort, and organize a huge amount of data while fitting it all on a phone. The visual "key" is excellent. The photos are wonderful. The descriptions and range maps are well done.Yes, the file is large. But this allows you to access all the information offline. A superb app for the botanically curious!
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Dennis Cheasebro
April 8, 2021
Great idea, needs work. On a first quick try, I found it doesn't key for leaf shape, which would have more quickly pinned down Oregon grape, for example (it doesn't have opposite leaves as it may appear to a novice but opposite leaflets in a compound leaf). That's a rather basic failure in a botanical ID app.
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Tristan Bell
June 6, 2020
Takes a long time to download. Great app for wildflower references. Occasionally the app stops working, and i have to download a new copy. Try an app called leaf snap for wildflowers, that doesnt cost anything.
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What's new

Added more plant photos.