Build your gardening skills with NatureID for $20

Identify plants, learn how to care for them, and watch them grow with this app.
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March 12 is National Flower Planting Day, and what better way to celebrate than by learning about plants and gardening using NatureID’s premium plant identification plan. This smart digital tool identifies plants, can diagnose plant diseases, guide care, and more. And right now, it’s on sale for $19.99 (Reg. $59).

If you plant a flower, know that it is in good company. NatureID uses advanced AI that can identify over 14,000 plant species. All you have to do is take a photo of a plant and you’ll quickly get information about that exact species. Use it to learn about your local plant life or leave your friends in the dust with your knowledge of wild plants without ever revealing where they came from.

NatureID is like having your own pocket botanist. If any of your plants are suffering from an unknown disease, use the Plant Doctor feature to identify diseases and treatment plans. Plants get sick too, so it’s important to know what the root of the problem is. With just one photo, synthesize a care plan for your favorite potty friends and make them thrive. Many reviewers on the App Store even talk about how NatureID saved their plants.

To keep you focused on your task, you can even create a plant journal that gives you reminders that will help you grow your plants. NatureID even gives you interesting articles every day that can teach you more about the natural biodiversity of the world around you. It’s almost like being sent your own little writing daily nature documentary.

For National Plant and Flower Day, use your green thumb to check NatureID Plan ID Premium Plan: Lifetime Subscription. Get this plant identification and care app on sale for $19.99 (Reg. $59).

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