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Here's their complete list of gardening and homesteading apps. Most are available for both iOS and Android; a few are iOS only.
Since I joined the modern world in getting a smart phone last year, I’ve been on the lookout for great gardening apps that can help me explain landscape design ideas to clients, get plant ideas on the go, or just give me a productive way of killing time when I’m stuck in line at the post office.
My Grandma Phyllis, who comes from a family of farmers, says the best time to plant your garden is after Mother’s Day. The reason? There’s usually no frost after that date, and frost, obviously, can ruin your garden. My grandma is so wise...
A really long time ago, when my knees were a lot younger, my dad handed me a dandelion picker. “Go out in the backyard and pick as many dandelions as you can,” he told me, “and I’ll give you a penny for each one.”
Spring cleaning is a yearly ritual that many people hate. However, by putting technology to work, you can get your cleaning done in less time this year. Here are five apps and online resources to help you out.
Here's everything you ever wanted to know about QR codes...but were afraid to ask.
Technology can help the urban grower manage their market gardens.
Like any Wolfram app, the Wolfram Plants Reference App offers a huge amount of functionality so that you can research or analyze thousands of plants. There’s quite a large number of subject areas, so let’s explore some of them, starting with Physical Information. This allows us to either explore a single plant or compare multiple plants at the same time—we can either select from a list of over 150 common plants or type in the name of any plant we wish to look at.
This summer marks a major milestone for the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden: 25 years as one of the country’s premiere public sculpture parks. The New Media Initiatives department’s contribution to the celebration comes in the form of a brand new website for the garden, a fully responsive web app that has been an exciting challenge to build.
Whether you’re a veteran, green-thumbed gardening enthusiast or are getting your hands dirty for the first time, the iPhone is a tool that you may find is surprisingly useful in your quest to cultivate a luscious, thriving oasis of plant life. These ten iPhone apps provide the perfect mix for successfully planting a year-round, evergreen garden.
Got a Kindle Fire? Here's some news for you!
Now that warm weather has found its way to us, you may be prepping your ground to get your garden started. Well, no more do you have to keep guessing the best time to plant your seeds, forget to water or weed your garden, or guess the best time to harvest. There are several gardening apps available on the Apple App store and Google Play store.
The Garden Organizer app is a unique gardening tool to help manage the plants and their location within your garden(s).
Take a break from scrubbing inside, and get organized outside too!
Question: What good gardening apps are available for iPad and iPhone?
Answer: I do believe that my baby boomer generation deserves a lot of credit for being willing to learn all this new technology...
"It's not for everybody, since some people want just paper and dirt," said Dore. "But many people want an app. There's probably a mobile device with you when you're in the garden, so you might as well use it."
If you like to attract birds to your yard with nesting boxes and feeders, you’re not alone. An estimated 55 million Americans are into bird-watching and many are discovering that smartphones offer a whole new relationship with their avian friends.