It is nearly useful. To make it useful it should clearly show the season of your garden, perhaps also the first and last frost. Different plants behave differently based on location too. To make it great, it could suggest what to plant next based on location, date, what is in the bed and history of the soil
This is impractical. Gardens: max size much too small, for example, I have an onion bed 5.5m *1.3m with six and twelve rows of four different alliums total over 500 plants. These are interplanted with early carrots. Each time I want to add a plant I must start with artichoke and find garlic or carrot or onion or shallots. I use equidistant (hexagonal) plantings. The description talks about being able to copy plants, but nowhere in help does it say how.
Exactly the app I've been seeking. It's simple and intuitive. Gives you the ability to keep track of what you sowed in which bed and how many months to harvest, so planning and tracking is documented and available as a PDF export too. I love that you can copy and customize any existing vegetables to accommodate your particular varieties.
Great app. My copy is in English. Seasons seem to be for N hemisphere not Australia but this can be overcome. French would be good as I could revise my school french from 60 years ago.
English? If there is a way to run this program in English, I would actually spend some time trying it out. But nothing in preferences seemed to be a language option.
Great app! But... Please can you consider that our earth also has a Southern Hemisphere? Yes, we exist, and we also love to garden down here.
- New feature : you can now duplicate vegetables
Keep your vegetable garden growing with cultivation details for 90+ plants