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Posted by beneva on June 9, 2020 | Last Updated: June 17, 2020 Flowers Gifts

Top Plant ID Apps

Ever wish you immediately knew the name of a flower or plant you see on a daily basis or perhaps while strolling through the park? Well, now you can, and all you need is your smartphone! There are quite a few plant and flower identification apps available today that not only provide you the name of a flower, but also its characteristics, origin, and growing tips, too.

Purple dendrobium orchids are set in contrast with peach roses and green hydrangea. Just bursting with life and, as the title suggests, “For Love!” This arrangement will warm the heart of its lucky recipient.

Of course, you can also stop by the best florist in Sarasota, FL, Beneva Flowers, and ask our expert staff about plants and flowers, but in the meantime, check out some of these top apps we’ve listed for you in your quest for botanical edification.

Top-Rated Plant Identification Apps

 

Plantsnap

PlantSnap

This is a free app that has over 500,000 species of flowers, plants, mushrooms, succulents, and cacti in its database and more than 150 million images. PlantSnap provides quick IDs from a photo of a plant, its leaf, or part of the plant by using artificial intelligence technology. There are tutorials to help use the program and offer tips on the best ways to take photos of the plant or flower you’re interested in. If your particular plant is not already in the database, you can save it, which adds to the continuous learning feature of this app.

 

Leafsnap

LeafSnap

With attractive, high-resolution images of leaves,  seeds, petioles, bark, flowers, and fruit, LeafSnap identifies plant and tree species from photographs of their leaves. Developed by Columbia University and the Smithsonian Institute, this free mobile app includes trees of the Northeastern U.S. and Canada and is expanding to eventually include trees of the entire continental United States.

 

PlantNet

PlantNet

A popular and free app, PlantNet employs visual recognition software to look at your photo and present potential matches. After uploading an image, you are directed to choose whether it’s a leaf, stem, flower, or fruit to improve accuracy. This app strives to supply you with a better understanding of all the diverse varieties of plants existing in nature around us, such as flowering plants, vines trees, ferns, grasses, and cacti. All of the images uploaded are gathered and analyzed by scientists to get an improved knowledge of plant biodiversity and how to preserve it.

 

Picture This

PictureThis

PictureThis is a plant and flower identification app that uses AI to identify an extensive variety of flora. Claiming 99% accuracy, the developers consider this app the same as having a “botanist in your pocket.” PictureThis also helps identify plant diseases and provides detailed information on plants and flowers regarding how to grow and care for them, how to control pests, and more. It also has a social network for plant and flower lovers. This is a subscription-based app which costs money but offers a free 7-day trial.

Plant Identifier Apps Honorable Mentions

Here are a few more plant identification apps worth checking out:

Plus, don’t forget about wildflowers!