Wildflowers of Great Plains

Wildflowers of Great Plains

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Wildflowers of the Great Plains features in-depth profiles of 500 plants indigenous to the region. Outdoor enthusiasts in the area can now accurately identify and classify local plant species with their mobile devices.

Each entry includes a complete profile for the given plant including the scientific name, family, common name(s), flowering period, height, habitat and more. Users can search by almost any imaginable means, including color, plant category, flower month, family name, habitat, stem, inflorescence and leaf characteristics.

Lite version of the app is free with 25 plant species. Purchase the full version in-app for $3.99 to unlock all 500 species.

*** Full version requires at least 150 MB of space available on SD-Card – if not connected by WIFI, data charges may apply. ***

Tags: wildflowers of the great plains.

Recently changed in this version

1.1.5 Database updates. Additional changes to Full Version update installation.

1.1.2 Database updates. Changes to Full Version update installation.

1.1.1 In-Application purchase updates are now available.


Comments and ratings for Wildflowers of Great Plains
  • (69 stars)

    by H Fugitaboutit on 22/03/2014

    I write a Midwesternplants . org phenology blog and plant ID is very important to me. This app is great.

  • (69 stars)

    by Johnny Wastlund on 27/01/2014

    One of the best apps of it's kind. I like the fact that I can add notes. Would like to zoom in on pics.

  • (69 stars)

    by Keith Noah on 01/05/2013

    There's not near enough flowers.You have to buy their update to get them all. So I did but it would not let me download it! Buyer bewhere!

  • (69 stars)

    by A Google User on 11/10/2012

    I started out with the free app (I think 25 species) then soon purchased the full version with over 500. It's really comprehensive with great descriptions. Every plant I searched for this fall I was able to find. I can't wait for spring to take this ba