Homegrown with Bonnie Plants

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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 2.0.0
  • Size: 140 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Growing Interactive
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Homegrown with Bonnie Plants Review

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The ultimate app for beginner and experienced gardeners.

FREE gardening resource - Learn how to grow, track your harvest and get expert tips for gardeners of all levels!

Your personal gardening mentor in your pocket:

● Notes - Track your garden’s progress through the seasons, including planting, watering, feeding, and harvesting.
● My Garden – Browse info on more than 250 veggies & herbs, then create a list for your garden.
● Learn to Grow - Access a series of guides that provide the basics for success.
● Weather - See current and predicted weather for your locale, including rainfall.
● Photos - Create a visual history of everything you grow.
● Sharing - Share photos and notes to social networks.

Built by Bonnie Plants, the most trusted provider of vegetable and herb plants.

About Bonnie Plants:
Headquartered in Union Springs, Alabama, Bonnie Plants grows more than 250 varieties of quality vegetable and herb plants for gardeners across the country, with nearly 70 growing stations serving 48 states. Established in 1918 by Bonnie and Livingston Paulk, the company has remained in touch with its roots and is led by their grandson, Stan Cope. Bonnie Plants provides a wide variety of vegetable and herb plants in biodegradable, plantable pots, preventing transplant shock and saving more than a hundred million plastic pots from landfills each year.

Bonnie is committed to sustainable gardening practices, and providing high quality, vigorous plants, available at garden retailers across the country.

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3 Comments


  • LM
    Lord Malthus
    iTunes
    This App can be summed up in four parts, list, notes, resources, weather. List: the list of plants in your garden is fine, but with limited usefulness. If you have Bonnie plants, or similar varieties, you get basic care and harvest info, same result as a basic Google search, but it's all stacked in one spot. The good: any plants you tag in a note, that note shows up on the plants info screen. The bad: the care instructions are super basic. I'd expect more considering the source. Notes: Notes is such a good idea gone completely wrong. You can only see one day at a time, and built in activities you can select like fertilizing just show a little icon. So to know when you last fertilized a specific plant you have to scroll day by day until you maybe notice the tiny tick mark, then open it and scroll the ENTIRE list of plants in your garden and see which is checked off. Which is obnoxious if you have a large garden. The photos you add to the notes actually add independent of the note so if you delete something you have to delete the photos separately. Resources: basic but not without their usefulness to beginners or small scale container gardening, I'm sure the bulk of their customers. The lists of pests and blights would be so, so much more useful with real life pictures and examples and not a single zoomed in colored pencil drawing. Weather: how in the world do you have a weather enabled gardening app with no rainfall numbers or alerts? I should be able to set a reminder for "don't forget extra water, temp exceeds X degrees" or "don't overwater, X amount of rain today"
  • W
    Whippleydunks
    iTunes
    I LOVE that this app has not stopped with just pictures, generalized care advice, and notes. That it also includes local weather, abundance of plant variety information and descriptions, harvesting and crop rotation information...
  • LP
    Luscious P
    iTunes
    While it did take me some time to figure out the app, ie.attaching photos in the correct place, making notes in the correct place, I'm loving it so far (since in prior years I was simply using the notepad function in my phone to track my garden escapades!). I will say, however, that the functions, icons, etc are NOT intuitive at all. I've been able to figure the app out mostly through trial and error. Not everyone has the patience for that... It would be nice to have the ability to add custom entries in addition to the Bonnie items. For instance, I'd like to also track the annuals, perennials and bulbs I'm planting this year. Also, a hyperlink to the actual Bonnie website for each item would be helpful since it seems that the website does provide more information than what is available in the app. Overall, I'm loving this app, but with a few more tweaks, it could be perfect!

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