While searching for something else completely, I stumbled across Plant Lust. Plant Lust markets itself as a “seriously simple search for plants and places to find them,” and after a few simple searches, I am inclined to agree. The functionality is nice, the photographs are informative, and the advanced search is solid. That said, I would like to see a few more nurseries on the East Coast. Regardless, this looks like a really promising tool for the tech-inclined plant nerd. ~AR
ps - This post does not constitute an endorsement of Plant Lust by the Garden and our horticulturists. It’s just the opinion of one plant-obsessed staffer.
pps - Now it’s your turn: What are your favorite Web-based plant nerd tools?
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- irenemichelle26 answered: i don’t plant so srry!!!!)
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- treeloveetc answered: Leafsnap is kind of cool, but I’ve never gotten the app to work on my phone. I use it as a resource and play games to test my knowledge.
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