These apps offer a helping hand for spring gardening

03/27/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Some gardening applications for smartphones have emerged to help people cultivate healthy plants, writes Kit Eaton. For instance, the Garden Pro app helps to plan and manage the garden, while the Landscaper's Companion classifies plants in its database and includes a brief description, photos and growing advice, Eaton notes.

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