Planta: Keep your plants alive

Planta: Keep your plants alive

By Strömming AB

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2018-11-07
  • Current Version: 2.3.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 40.54 MB
  • Developer: Strömming AB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
Score: 4.79918
From 37,267 Ratings


**App of the Day 2021** Join 2 million users and 8 million plants on the journey to keep plants alive! Let Planta help you to get impressive, thriving plants: - Smart Care Reminders Are you not sure when it’s time to water your plants? Planta knows when! Based on what plant, where in the world, weather, light in the room and more. Just add them to the app and get notified when it’s time to water, fertilize, mist, clean (yes, it’s a thing) and repot! - Step by step guides Do you love plants but lack a green thumb? If so, you can use the easy, step by step care-instructions on how to care for your green friends. 2 million users keeping their plants alive every week! - Light meter will help you find plants for every corner of your home Would you like to put a plant in a bathroom without windows? Some plants prefer shade and some are sun-lovers. Get to know which plants are suitable in your home based on the different light conditions of your rooms. 8 million plants have already found their spot in their home! - Plant recommendations - based on your skill Let Planta know how skilled and committed you are to plant care to get recommendations based on you. And yes, you will be able to grow more than a cactus! - Plant identification Maybe you are not sure which plant you have? You can just take a picture of it and we will instantly let you know. With Plantas plant scanner you can scan all your house plants to find out the plants name and how to care for them. - Dr. Planta Are your plants not feeling good? Dr. Planta can help you figure out what’s wrong and set up a treatment plan. - All the info - just to be sure Perhaps you are good at caring for plants, but you just want to make sure you are doing everything right. Find out everything you need to know about what your green companions prefer! - Plant Journal Follow both your and your plants progress! Are your thumb getting any greener? Add photos and short texts about your plants to see how they grow, remember when they flowered or just keep track of them. Keeping a plant journal is a perfect way to see if your plant likes how you treat them! Subscribe to Planta Premium for features such as Recommendations, Dr. Planta, Plant Identification, Plant care, Plant journal and Guides: 1 month: $7.99 3 months: $17.99 1 year: $35.99 The total cost of the purchase will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. The account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period with the same amount unless cancelled. You can at anytime cancel or change your subscription in your iTunes account settings. Read more in Privacy Policy and Terms of Use



  • Read Now

    By readyreviews097
    Okay so first I downloaded blossom another app but it costs money to get started but This app is cost free with even more benefits so it really is amazing!!
  • Plant support

    By plant support
    Enjoying the app however I wish it offered support for sick plants. It would be nice to take a photo of the damaged/sick leaves and receive guidance/suggestions on how to remedy the issue.
  • Gets The Job Done Great

    By HuckleberryCheesecake
    This is perfect for what I wanted- reminders to water the plants and info on how to care for them. I have just a couple things that could be better. First, if the free version had just a bit more than watering- at least the plant doctor, maybe- that’s be fantastic. I only have the free version, and I have wished several times for the plant doctor, but not often enough to buy a membership. Maybe a limited use- you get to use the plant doctor twice a month or something. That’d be totally awesome, and I’d honestly give the app a 5 star rating if it did that. But, I get that the app people have to make money somehow. Second, it would be nice if you could customize the sites a tad more- particularly the temperature. I would like to have a site for my greenhouse. And a brief description of the difference between each site- bedroom and kitchen and all- would be nice, if there even is a difference. Finally, if this app could be expanded to outdoor gardening I would instantly rate 5 stars and probably recommend to everyone. I imagine that’d take awhile to design though. Maybe make a sister app? Anyway, there are several things that could make this app fantastic, but it is already very good. I like it very much, and will continue to use it.
  • Great features hard to find

    By klkopec
    Great features but hard to navigate especially if I need to edit a site or a plant
  • Helpful Reminders

    By CaliFresa
    This far it’s reminded me when to water plants. Having so many different kinds of plants that need to be watered at different times can be easily messed up for a beginner but with the app, it’s sssoooo much easier to get a notification for each plant. The pictures to see my plants growth is also helpful. Sometimes it’s harder to see the growth when I see them everyday vs a pic that was taken 2-3 weeks ago.
  • So sick of misleading apps

    By Tajnhd
    I’m sick of making an account and then being told I have to pay to do what I wanted to do. Absolute crap.
  • Hands down the best plant app

    By JigokuShoujoXIV
    I have around 40 houseplants and this has been a god send. I’ve tried over 20 apps, and this blows them all out the water. The plant recognition function is hands down the most impressive. It was even able to identify my dead African Marigolds from JUST the shriveled up stem. That’s a miracle and far better than others that were unable to detect even some basic, healthy plants. I love how it auto sets your watering schedule based on your location and environment (instead of manually having to add it). The only function I find lacking is the Doctor function. It is kind of basic and stops after a few prompts. If there was an option to take a picture of your sick plant and have the Doctor tell you what was wrong based on that, then this will make this app go above and beyond. For example, something that would identify pest types by a picture you take in the same way it detects the plant type….and have it able to detect what is wrong with the leaves or branches. It should be easy for the app to see that a succulent plant is over watered based on it being swollen and yellowish.
  • Honing my skills

    By Portland transplant
    I have always kept houseplants but I don’t think I realised some of their different preferences. Already several of my long term plants are happier and a couple new ones I have never kept before are doing well. I like the detailed guides for watering. I would love Apple Watch support! But this is already grwat.
  • Dr. Planta

    By doniellejsenez
    I got this app specifically for diagnosing issues. I have a couple of plants that no matter what I do they still degrade regardless of what the numerous sites I’ve visited have directed. The Dr. Planta portion of this app is lacking severely. It seems like the only thing it diagnoses is pests or a watering issue. Not to mention Dr. Planta can only mitigate ONE issue at a time. Very limited diagnosing and it has yet to help improve the plants I’ve attempted to treat with it. Pretty upsetting that if you respond with “this is was not helpful” after the first attempt, Dr. Planta’s response is that it can’t help any further. Kind of useless honestly.
  • Totally useless for me, but that isn’t really their fault

    By /-/!
    I got this app because two of my plants had browning leaves. One of the advertised features was the “plant doctor” which is exactly what I needed. What they don’t tell you is that unless you pay this app is just a glorified watering schedule (which I would like to add is inaccurate because it gave a schedule for several of my plants that I know won’t work) I’m not allowed to buy things in the App Store (the joys of being a child) so this app is totally useless as far as I’m concerned.