The "Garden Colorado" app is now available on Kindles and many Android tablets and includes all of the same content as the iPad app. What you'll find: month-by-month to-do lists from Grow and Home contributor Betty … [Read More...]
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, … [Read More...]
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 … [Read More...]
Kindle Fire owners just got 500 coins deposited into their accounts. It's free money — to purchase more garden apps, of course.
You can now purchase apps and "in-app" items from Amazon's Appstore using Amazon Coins … [Read More...]
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."
I … [Read More...]
"It's not for everybody, since some people want just paper and dirt...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."
See on … [Read More...]
At Leafport.com, we create QR (“Quick Response”) codes for each available download link to the gardening apps in our database. We’ve also written a brief explanation, What is a QR Code?, in case you are new to the … [Read More...]
Tucked away in a corner of any yard, no matter the size, is an ideal space for small plants. If they can be foolproof — meaning ideal for a given spot based on expert opinion, so I don’t have to fuss over the … [Read More...]
When planting veggies for the first time, who wouldn’t want a helping hand? Some of the more difficult aspects of vegetable gardening are knowing what chores to do and what problems to expect. Sprout it, geared toward … [Read More...]
Our latest find is a tree app for both the iOS and Android operating systems: Virginia Tech Tree ID. It's known simply as vTree in the iOS world. This app contains nearly 1000 entries for North American trees, shrubs, … [Read More...]
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