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5 Amazing Apps To Help You Grow Almost Anything In Your Garden

Posted In iOS devices - By Techtiplib on Friday, May 23rd, 2014 With No Comments »

After a while most people decide they’d like to use their garden for more than just lazing around in, so they think it might be a good idea to start planting things. If you don’t have any prior gardening experience this can be quite daunting, but these days you don’t need to worry about anything because there are tons of Green apps out there that will teach you everything you need to know. Here are a few you should definitely take a closer look at if you’d like to get started.

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5 Amazing Apps To Help You Grow Almost Anything In Your Garden

Vegetable Planting Calander

If you’re only a newbie gardener there is a good chance you don’t have a clue when to plant certain vegetables, but get the timing wrong and you’ll run into problems. If you plant a certain vegetable at the wrong time you’ll never get a chance to eat it, but thanks to the Vegetable Planting Calendar app this will never be a problem again. It will give you a massive list of all the vegetables you’ll ever need to plant and it will tell you the best times to stick them in the ground for maximum results.

The Weather Channel

Just because you know what time of the year to plant your vegetables it doesn’t mean you’re in the clear. What do you think will happen if you plant them a few hours before a heavy storm that sticks around for days? Everything will be washed away and your vegetables won’t have a chance to get started, so you need to know what the weather is going to be like before you plant anything. The Weather Channel app will provide you with a forecast to help you choose the right time to get to work.

Landscaper’s Companion

If you want to transform the look of your garden there are about a million options to choose from when it comes to trees, plants, shrubs, and everything else you can think of. Landscaper’s Garden will give you great advice about almost anything and you will also get to see what they will look like because of the beautiful photos inside the app. It’s loved by thousands of gardeners around the world and once you’ve downloaded it you’ll be armed with the knowledge to plant anything in your garden.

Organic Gardening Mag

Some people are really fussy about what they eat and they won’t put anything into their mouth unless it’s organic. It’s debatable about whether or not organic gardening is worth the hassle, but there is a huge demand for it so someone needs to fill the gap. The Organic Gardening Mag app will fill that gap for you by providing you with tons of organic gardening info. You will never have to put any toxic chemicals into your mouth ever again provided you grow your own food.

Garden Compass

When you get sick you have to visit the doctor and they’ll prescribe something to make you feel better, but the plants in your garden don’t have that luxury. What will you do when they get sick and you don’t want them to die a horrible death? You could visit your local garden centers looking for advice, but it’s much easier downloading the Garden Compass app. Take a photo of your sick plant and upload it so expert advisers can help you identify the problem then tell you how to fix it.

Bring your garden to life

Hopefully at least one of these apps connects with you because you will be able to get started doing something special with your garden straight away. We’re only just coming into summer so it’s definitely the best time to get started.

Today’s featured writer, Nancy Baker, is a freelance blogger, who often writes for Kings Country Nurseries INC. She likes to practice yoga to stay healthy and fit. You can also follow her on Twitter @Nancy Baker.

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