Spring is here and it’s time to get to work on your garden. We’ve put together a lists of apps that can help you manage your planting schedule by region and give you tips on how to plant successfully. We’ve included links to the app, as well as a description to the app so that you can create a gardening plan and stick to it.
5 Apps To Help You Build Your Garden
1. Garden Plan Pro: “From the makers of the award-winning garden planner used by over 100,000 gardeners, Garden Plan Pro is the fastest way to plan a productive vegetable, herb or fruit garden and achieve your best ever harvest!”
2. iVeggieGarden: “iVeggieGarden was developed by people who have a passion for growing vegetables. We’ve relied on years of first-hand experience to identify the most relevant information about vegetable gardening, and organize it into an effective, flexible, and easy-to-use product. We’ve also provided helpful tools that allow you to track the progress of each item in your garden, manage multiple gardens, build a shopping list, track purchases, and more.”
3. Garden Tracker: “Garden Tracker lets you size and plan your garden plots, plant your vegetables, and then track your garden’s progress, including days to harvest, days since watered, and days since last fertilized. All this info is conveniently referenced in a grid you design.”
4. Landscaper’s Companion: “Enjoyed by thousands of gardeners and landscape professionals world-wide, Landscaper’s Companion is the #1 reference guide to all plants including trees, shrubs, annuals, and perennials. Containing information on over 26,000 plants and 21,000 pictures, Landscaper’s Companion makes an excellent resource for the casual gardener, professional landscaper, aspiring botanist, or anyone looking for a simple, easy to use plant guide.”
5. MyGarden.org: “MyGarden.org is a platform that originated in the minds of enthusiastic Internet users with a passion for gardening. The purpose is to share our garden virtually with people around us. This way, we hope to do cross-fertilization, sharing our knowledge and also to discover beautiful gardens around us.”