OG Planting Planner

OG Planting Planner


Take the guesswork out of planting a garden. The Planting Planner lets you get the timing right for your best garden ever. Just select what you want to grow, and the app helps you determine when to start your seeds indoors and when to plant outside, based on the frost dates for your GPS location. The Planting Planner will provide weather information, sunrise and sunset times, and moon phases for all those biodynamic gardeners out there.

For 70 years, Organic Gardening magazine has shared reliable, user-friendly, and trustworthy gardening advice and ideas. Now, in partnership with Safer© brand garden products, the Planting Planner makes garden management information and resources more accessible than ever. From artichoke to zucchini, ageratum to zinnias, we cover a wide range of vegetables, herbs, and flowers—annuals and perennials.

Automatically downloads updates unless changed in Settings.

Recent changes:
We made a few changes to make the app easier to use:

1. We upgraded the platform to fix scrolling issues.

2. We added a search function to the plant list to make it easier to find what you're looking for without having to scroll through the entire list.

3. We re-formatted the text on the plant pages to make the information easier to read.
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2.7
User ratings
69
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
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About OG Planting Planner
Take the guesswork out of planting a garden. The Planting Planner lets you get the timing right for your best garden ever. Just select what you want to grow, and the app helps you determine when to start your seeds indoors and when to plant outside, based on the frost dates for your GPS location. The Planting Planner will provide weather information, sunrise and sunset times, and moon phases for all those biodynamic gardeners out there.

For 70 years, Organic Gardening magazine has shared reliable, user-friendly, and trustworthy gardening advice and ideas. Now, in partnership with Safer© brand garden products, the Planting Planner makes garden management information and resources more accessible than ever. From artichoke to zucchini, ageratum to zinnias, we cover a wide range of vegetables, herbs, and flowers—annuals and perennials.

Automatically downloads updates unless changed in Settings.

Recent changes:
We made a few changes to make the app easier to use:

1. We upgraded the platform to fix scrolling issues.

2. We added a search function to the plant list to make it easier to find what you're looking for without having to scroll through the entire list.

3. We re-formatted the text on the plant pages to make the information easier to read.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 20, 2015
Not working Cool ability to build a garden. But the planting dates are off and needs lots of work. Making a calendar would be nice. I'll stick to trusted web sites for now till this is updated.
A Google User
Mar 2, 2015
Big disappointment Didn't have any of the succulent plants I'm planning to grow
A Google User
Feb 22, 2015
Nice I like the weather information that is found on the app. I do wish the vegetable selection had more choices. I intend to utilize the app to help with my gardening this Spring.
A Google User
Jan 31, 2015
Updated - Hate it less but still not useful Can't save a garden. - Figured this out on my display the button was less than obvious. Can't add plants to a garden. Once the garden was saved the plants started saving. Update - planting dates show funny "3/12/115" on some screens. Planting dates are (guessing here) only for direct seeding. Plant list is good (at least for what I'm growing). Weather is also weird "-999.00 in" of precipitation??? No graphic display so you can see all plants on a calendar, display is text only in alphabetical order so you have to scroll through all your plants to see what needs doing. Seeding recommendation seems way too high. Basil, for example, has 100 seeds for "8-20 plants".
A Google User
Jan 27, 2015
Great idea Needs many more flowers (no salvia?) and info as others have mentioned but bulk it up and you'll get 5 stars and a couple of bucks for it too.
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