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If you're tired of walking around the neighborhood admiring everyone else's seemingly perfect gardens while yours is less than desirable, then it's time to take control of your garden plans. The Foolproof Plants for Small Gardens for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone can help you create a stunningly beautiful garden without any stress on your part. And don't be fooled by the title of the app because it doesn't matter how large or small your garden is, this app can come in handy.
There's no need to keep suffering loss after loss of your plants when you could be well on your way to the perfect garden. The Foolproof Plants for Small Gardens app can help make that possible by providing you with all kinds of information. It doesn't matter if you have been gardening for years and years or this is your first garden ever. The app can help you with large spaces, small spaces, ones in pure sun, shaded gardens, and anything in between. On top of that the app itself is very simple and quick to use so you can focus on gardening.
The app was updated just over a year ago when a number of bug fixes were made. At the same time there was more offline content and photos added. The app currently has four out of five stars from users who enjoy how easy it is to use. At the same time they’d like it to cover even more zones so that the content is more varied.
Taking a Closer Look
The Foolproof Plants for Small Gardens app features more than 90 different plants. These plants have been divided into seven different categories to make navigation easier. You can view perennials, trees, ground covers, vines, shrubs, ornamental grasses, and a "bonus category" of content. When it comes to the information on each of the plants you'll be able to read guidelines on planting, proper maintenance, cultural requirements, when you should "proceed with caution" and more. It’s information that you may not even find at your local garden center. There is a garden glossary, a pronunciation guide, how to video links, and you can filter your results using tags.
There are more than 90 plants discussed and divided into seven categories
View photos of the various plants
Can be used on all sized gardens
Users would like to see additional content added
The Foolproof Plants for Small Gardens app can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone and can act as your own personal gardening guide. While it may not have every piece of information out there it certainly has more than enough to get you going.