Gardening Apps and Websites
Pl@ntNet is a free app that can help you to identify plants from photographs. Plant species that are well enough illustrated in the botanical reference database can be easily recognized. The number of species and the number of images used by the application grow from the contributions of users.
Yates My Garden
This app has a feature called Live Chat – You can now talk to qualified horticulturists to get FREE gardening advice and support and share photos.
- See how different plants will look in your garden using the interactive visualiser tool.
- Solve garden problems by searching our massive database of pests, diseases and weeds.
- Find seeds to sow now and at other times of the year.
- Keep track of planted seeds and get notified when important tasks need to be carried out.
- Find detailed information and images of over 1000 plant species.
- Get ideas from other keen gardeners or submit your own piece of inspiration.
ABC Vegie Guide
ABC Vegie Guide is for all vegetable gardeners – from the novice to the experienced. It will help you find out what vegetables should be planted when, no matter the climate zone you’re in. ABC Vegie Guide will give you all the information you need to produce healthy crops throughout the year, including growing tips, pest and disease control pointers and harvest guides.
In your ‘Patch’ you can keep a vegie running record of notes about what’s going on in your garden. You can keep track of what you planted and when, take photos & make notes on progress and be prompted when your plants should be ready to harvest.
Here you can find Factsheets, plant finder tool, information on growing vegies and much more.
Here you can find tips on gardening and learn how to garden sustainable.
Here you can find tips on growing your own organic fruit and vegetables, recipes, eco-living, pests and diseases and many more resources.
Blogs to inspire you
This blog shares tips and tricks to help everyday people improve their skills and knowledge in gardening and outdoor living.
This blog is about organic gardening and sustainable living. Gardening advice and what to do with your harvest.
This blog is written by Jamie from New South Wales. He usually blogs about what is happening in his small garden.