NatureID is every gardener’s best friend that knows how to get down to the nitty-gritty of plant care. Here’s what NatureID can be for you:
- Plant identifier
Try taking a picture of a tree in the park and recognize it with our app. You won’t be able to stop. With our extensive database, you can identify any plant you come across and impress your friends on your next walk in the park.
- Plant doctor
No matter how hard you try, your plants may get sick. Don’t ignore early symptoms and try to recognize the disease your plant is suffering from. It will give you an idea about how severe the problem is and accelerate your plant’s recovery.
- Plant care guide
You get a gorgeous-looking flowering plant for your birthday. But in a few weeks, it starts giving you signals that it doesn’t feel comfortable. How often has this happened to you? For your plant not to die, you have to know how much water, light, and fertilizer it needs to stay healthy. NatureID stores all the information in one place
- Plant journal
Keeping all care recommendations in your head at once is quite a challenging task. Set watering, misting, feeding, and rotating reminders right in the app and see your plants thrive.
- Plant encyclopedia
Do you know what plant grows the fastest? Or what flower was at some point in history more valuable than gold? Knowledge is power. With NatureID’s comprehensive plant descriptions and entertaining insights, you will wield this power.
- Light meter
With NatureID, you can measure if your plant is receiving the right amount of sunlight. All you need to do is turn on your camera!
- Pot meter
NatureID will help you measure the height and width of your pot to see if it’s a perfect fit for your beautiful plant.
- Plant search filter
Try our handy filters to find the plants that suit you best. Choose new plants based on their height, looks, maintenance, pet-friendliness, and so much more!
- Weather tracker
Adjust your care routine for outdoor plants based on the local weather. Promptly learn about the changes in the UV Index, precipitation, atmospheric pressure, and so on to stay on top of your plant-caring game.