The Best Gardening Apps of the Year

The Best Gardening Apps of the Year 2017:

1) Gardenista – Free Android App For Planting And Care Of Your Plants

Gardenista is one of the most popular and well-known gardening apps available today. It’s been downloaded over 50 million times since its launch back in 2012. Its main feature is that it allows users to plan out their own gardens using pre-designed layouts or create their own layout from scratch.

You can even save your creations so they’re ready when you get home.

2) SmartPlant – Free iPhone/iPad App For Planning & Managing Your Vegetable Garden

SmartPlant is another great mobile app that lets you manage your plants with ease. It offers a wide range of features including temperature monitoring, watering schedules, soil testing and much more. There are several other useful features such as automatic fertilizer scheduling and the ability to add seeds directly into the application itself.

3) GardenBot – Free iOS/Android App For Planning & Maintaining Your Garden

GardenBot is another excellent mobile app that helps you plan and maintain your garden. It has a simple interface and easy-to-use functions like watering schedules, soil testing, and more. If you want to grow more vegetables than just carrots, this app might be perfect for you.

4) GardeningPlanner – $5.99 iPhone/iPad App For Those With Green Thumbs

If you’re looking for a more detailed plant care planner, this is the app for you. You can input as much or as little information about your garden as you want. It has an extensive database with over 1,000 plants and includes information such as light requirements, water needs, and common pests.

You can even add your own plants and notes to the database.

5) The Old Farmer’s Almanac – Free iPhone/iPad App For Timing Of Garden Tasks

The Old Farmer’s Almanac is a handy app for keeping track of the best times to do just about everything in and around the garden. It has over 300 years of combined experience from its printed counterparts and is packed full of useful information every gardener should know. Use it to help you plan the perfect growing season for your garden!

6) Allotment – Free iOS/Android App For Gardeners With Space Restrictions

If your garden space is limited, Allotment is the app for you. It allows you to plan out your garden with a fixed number of squares and helps you maximize that space. You can add your plants and then place them in the squares to determine the best layout for your garden.

It also allows you to easily move plants around if you make changes to your garden plan.

7) GardenBot – Free Android App For Managing Pests And Diseases In Your Garden

If you’re tired of dealing with pests and diseases in your garden, download the GardenBot app. It allows you to take pictures of the issues in your garden and then helps you identify them so you know exactly what you’re dealing with. It also recommends the best solutions for each problem based on what products you have available.

8) Vegetable, Fruit, & Herb Info – Free iOs/Android App For Learning About Your Favorite Plants

If you grow several different plants in your garden, this app is a must-have. It has information and tips on over 500 different types of plants with details such as light requirements, water needs, common diseases, and more. You can add notes for specific plants and keep track of any issues you’ve had to deal with.

The database is expandable and allows users to submit their own plant information to the app.

9) MyRedeemer – Free iPhone/iPad App For Viewing Scripture And Listening To Music

Gardening can be hard work, so make the most of your breaks by using this app. It allows you to bring your favorite scripture verses with you to view. Whatever your spiritual needs are, this app can meet them.

It also doubles as a great music player that can also be used for podcasts and audiobooks. You’ll never be without something to do during slow times in your garden.

10) eXistenZ – $4.99 iPhone/iPad Game To Help You Make It Through The Day

Sometimes the gardening life can be a little stressful. If you need a way to blow off some steam, this is the game for you. It looks like an easy game, but it can get really interesting and addictive as you try to reach higher levels.

It involves feeding your virtual pet with plenty of snacks and trying to avoid the bad things that threaten to eat it.

Is your favorite gardening app not on the list?

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