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Posted by Breens Florist on June 10, 2020 | Last Updated: June 17, 2020 Blog

Best of the Best Flower & Plant ID Apps

Dazzle your friends and family with your impressive knowledge of plants and flowers with identifier apps. Or perhaps you just want them for yourself so you can identify the beautiful flowers and plants you come across on a regular basis. Either way, Houston, Spring, and Pasadena’s number one florist, Breen’s Florist, has produced a list of top plant identifier apps flower lovers like yourself will use over and over again.

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High-Ranking Plant & Flower Identifier Apps



Upload a picture of a flower, berry, leaf, plant, etc. and the PictureThis app will quickly identify it using artificial intelligence technology. With a database of over a thousand plants, there are also features on how to care for your plants and keep pests and plant diseases at bay. The developers claim a 99% accuracy rating and that this app has identified over 27 million plants so far. PictureThis is a paid subscription app but does offer a free 7-day trial.



Identify plants in a snap with PlantSnap, an innovative app from Its database has over 625,000 species that include plants, cacti, flowers, mushrooms, and succulents, and has a 94% accuracy score. Available in over 30 languages, PlantSnap also has helpful tutorials for you to maximize its use. PlantSnap is powered by AI and “deep learning” which means it improves and learns every time an image is uploaded to it. PlantSnap is free with a premium version also available.



For a different sort of identifier app, check out FlowerChecker. Once you upload a photo of a plant or flower, instead of a computer algorithm, a team of botany experts will analyze and identify your photo. Though not as immediate as other apps, most of the results are generated within minutes, but some may take up to an hour or more. The developer claims this app has higher accuracy than others since experts are providing the IDs rather than computers. There are no ads and their accuracy is rate is over 90%. As there is a human element involved, there is a charge of .99 cents for each identification. There is no charge for photos that can’t be identified.


What’s That Flower?

A popular app that does not use photo uploads, What’s That Flower instead starts with a couple of basic questions in order to identify a particular flower. First, you enter the flower’s color, then it’s habitat, and then the number of petals it has. Next, the app will show you several images of what your flower could be. Along with each image is specific information about the flower including growing advice, care, and taxonomy. This is a useful app for identifying flowers you are trying to recall from memory. This app is free and available only for Android devices at the moment. There is also an ad-free premium version.

Even More Plant Identifier Apps

And, of course, for all the wildflower lovers….there are Wildflower apps for all regions.