Wildflower Apps




At this point Flora ID has two types of plant identification software; one for Windows, and the other being apps for Android devices.  These apps, initially created by Flora ID Northwest in 2014,  are the most comprehensive wildflower apps anywhere, and go way beyond the usual field manual.  They  include 85 to 96 % of all the known non-grasslike flowering plants, both native and introduced, that grow wild in each state or region for which they are produced.  This means annuals, perennials, shrubs, and trees. 29 apps, each for a different geographic region, are available on the Google Play Store, and the Amazon store, covering most of Western and Central United States and SW Canada.  Most android devices can download from either store.

The apps are perfect for farmers, nature lovers, conservationists, hikers, botanists, students, teachers, wildflower enthusiasts, gardeners, nursery owners, or anyone curious about the natural world.  All photos are in the app, with no need for an outside connection.  They are build on our 22 years of experience creating interactive plant identification software.

The following apps have been released so far:

Okanogan Co (WA) Wildflowers

2250 Washington Wildflowers

2900 Oregon Wildflowers

2950 N. California Wildflowers

3050 C. California Wildflowers

2800 S. California Wildflowers

2800 Arizona Wildflowers

2600 New Mexico Wildflowers

2350 Nevada Wildflowers

2450 Utah Wildflowers

2250 Colorado Wildflowers

2100 Idaho Wildflowers

1950 Montana Wildflowers

1850 Wyoming Wildflowers

1500 Four Corners Wildflowers (NEW Feb 5, 2015)

1300 Dakota Wildflowers

1400 Nebraska Wildflowers

1450 Kansas Wildflowers

1350 Minnesota Wildflowers

1350 Iowa Wildflowers

1550 Wisconsin Wildflowers

1900 BC Canada Wildflowers

1250 Alberta Wildflowers

1050 Saskatchewan Wildflowers

1100 Manitoba Wildflowers

2350 SW Canada Wildflowers


  • Select plant characteristics that match the plant to be identified
  • Select any characteristic in any order, from over 50 lists
  • Characteristics defined, with detailed scientific illustrations
  • With each choice the list of possible plants shrinks, getting to one species with about 3 to 6 characteristics.
  •  The app suggests lists based on ease of use, effectiveness, and remaining species
  • Confirm identifications by comparing with photos or descriptions
  • Plant book references with page numbers provided for each species
  • Access provided to all data for each species
  • Alphabetize the species list by either common or scientific name, or search by entering a name or string of letters
  • Documentation and help available within the app

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See also the descriptions for the state/province or region of your choice at the Google Play Store and the Amazon store.