New iPhone App - Houseplants 411

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by jettaboyAZ, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. jettaboyAZ macrumors newbie

    Feb 1, 2010
    You’re in a store and can’t decide which plant will fit best into that dark corner of your living room. Or perhaps the tips on the leaves of your favorite indoor plant are turning down. Maybe there are swarms of bugs flying around the plants in your office. What to do?

    Grab a copy of Houseplant 411 for your iPhone or iPod Touch. Houseplant411’s SEARCH feature allows you to enter lighting conditions or specific decorating needs of your home or office. This unique app will recommend the best plants for your conditions. With a list of 70 plants, you’re sure to find one that meets your needs!

    Each plant description contains an enlargeable picture and includes unique information on how to care for the plant, diagnose problems, and save dying plants.

    Links are provided for the plant screens to a reference section where the plant’s pests and diseases are clearly explained. Additional links take from the plant and pest screens to a glossary of terms. No internet connection required!

    Can’t identify a plant from our database? No problem. Snap of picture of the plant you are looking for using your iPhone and use our “Ask Judy” feature to email us the photo with your question. We’ll get back to you right away with the answer to your question. No additional charge for this additional support!
    Houseplant 411 features include:
    • Browse 70 houseplants in alphabetical order
    • Search for recommended houseplants based on lighting requirements, ease of care, plant usage, and suitability for offices, flowering, and those that clean the air.
    • Create unique lists of your favorite indoor plants for future reference
    • Get help for any plant question with the “Ask Judy” feature
    • Find numerous links and articles, tips and tricks for plant care with the push of a few buttons

    check it out on the App Store at:

  2. mappyman macrumors regular

    Jul 26, 2008
    Looks interesting, been trying to grow a lemon tree in dark and snowy UK. Its 10 cm tall now.

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