Lubbock Master Gardener Association

Category: Gardening Apps


Gardening App Review: Garden Tags

Use this Garden Tags app for: Identifying plants, looking at other peoples’ plant and garden photos, task reminders, social media for plants.   Who should use Garden Tags app: People who are looking for the Instagram of plant identification, but…

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Gardening App Review: My Garden

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Gardening App Review: Plantix

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Gardening App Review: Homegrown with Bonnie Plants

Use this Homegrown with Bonnie app for: Cataloging, making notes, logging, planning, tracking harvests, and discovering information about your gardens.   Who should use this Homegrown with Bonnie app: Beginning, intermediate, and experienced gardeners.   Features of Homegrown with Bonnie:…

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Gardening App Review: Gardenize

Use this Gardenize app for:  Entering notes about your garden into your phone.   Who should use this Gardenize app: People with very small gardens People who like to type on their phone or tablet People who want very detailed…

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Gardening App Review: Garden Answers

Use this Garden Answers app for: Identifying plants, interacting with horticulturist experts, browsing other people’s plant problems, plant shopping.   Who should use this Garden Answers app: Beginning, intermediate, and experienced gardeners.   Features of Garden Answers: Take a photo…

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Gardening App Review: Garden Time Planner

Use this Garden Time Planner app for: Planning your garden of Burpee plants, looking up planting information, organizing plants by bed, generating a task list, and checking weather.    Who should use this Garden Time Planner app:  Beginning gardeners Intermediate…

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Gardening App Review: Garden Calendar

Use Garden Calendar for: Recommendations about how the phases of the moon and the astrological positionings for a given day will affect your plants.   Who should use Garden Calendar: People who garden using lunar planting methods.   Features of…

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Gardening App Review: From Seed to Spoon

  Use Seed to Spoon for: Looking at inspirational backyard projects, learning how to organically garden vegetables in a raised bed, and finding simple to understand plant and pest information.   Who should use Seed to Spoon: Beginners to organic…

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