This App, which operates without an internet connection, 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 4,094 species of plants found in the South California area. Overall, roughly 2,639 are "Wildflowers", 461 are shrubs, 203 are trees, 35 are vines, 28 are cactus, 440 are grasses and sedges, 72 are ferns, 232 are lichen, 84 are moss and 61 are seaweed.
Added more species, more plant descriptions and more plant photos. Added more data on the plant distribution maps..
Ratings and Reviews
My mother found a flower in the back yard that showed up on its own. I work at an environmental firm in san diego and we were both curious as to what the flower could be. So I plugged in all the various things for color, number of petals, type of leaves and it worked!!! There were about 100 results to scroll thru but it was quick.
WHY is there no Chaparral choice for Habitat location???
This is California!!! Needs to add a chaparral habitat location. Chaparral is a very common habitat in Southern California coastal areas! Why is it missing from the app?!?
Other than that glaring omission, a good and useful app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.