Sharing the World of Plants

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broad range of interests surrounding the realm of plants.

Flora ID for Windows PC

The Windows PC app we currently produce are comprehensive professional apps that include 99+% of the vascular plants growing wild for each region, whether native or introduced.

The features listed below apply to all our Windows apps, and also all our Android software.

Key Tips and Features:

  • Fast and easy to use
  • Color photos for over 99% of species
  • All native and naturalized vascular plant species known in each state or region – everything that grows wild including weeds, grasses or grass-like plants, conifers, flowering plants, and spore-bearing plants.
  • Terms defined and illustrated
  • Well over 50 menus of plant characteristics
  • Program Help and User’s Guide with Tutorial
  • Available for 18 western and central states and 4 Canadian southwest provinces
  • Listings for each species from over 130 printed or online regional references, with page numbers
  • Clickable graphical interface for marking characteristics

Special Offer for State Native Plant Society or Chapters

“With appreciation for native plant societies, those who purchase our windows versions through their state, province, or local native plant society or similar organization can get a 30% reduction on pricing.  Contact us for more information!”

Comprehensive Windows PC Apps

All Vascular Plants

Flora ID’s Comprehensive Pro apps identify 99+% of the vascular plants known to grow wild in each state, province and region for which we produce, and are intended to meet the requirements of professional botanists, but are easily used by anyone interested in plants.

This means all flowering plants, grass-like plants, spore-bearing plants (like ferns), and conifers, whether the plants are native or naturalized. These apps include all the same plants and functionality in our interactive PC Windows software.

Available in the Following State/Province or Region

Comprehensive Apps for your Region

Comprehensive State/Provinces

  • Alberta, 1887 species
  • Arizona, 4146 species
  • British Columbia, 2806 species
  • California, 6481 species
  • Colorado, 3199 species
  • Idaho, 2888 species
  • Iowa, 1934 species
  • Kansas, 2089 species
  • Manitoba, 1710 species
  • Minnesota, 2103 species
  • Montana, 2692 species
  • Nebraska, 1908 species
  • Nevada, 3210 species
  • New Mexico, 3820 species
  • Oregon, 3988 species
  • Saskatchewan, 1656 species
  • Utah, 3348 species
  • Washington, 3216 species
  • West Virginia, 2625 species
  • Wisconsin, 2463 species
  • Wyoming, 2545 species
  • West Virginia, – free – A collaboration of the West Virginia Herbarium and Flora ID.

Regional Keys

  • Pacific Northwest: Includes Southern British Columbia, Washington, Northern Oregon, Northern and Central Idaho, and the western edge of Montana – 5179 species.  Note that this is a revised version of the Pacific Northwest keys, now in most cases following the species, nomenclature, and geographic range of the 2018 2nd Ed. of the Flora of the Pacific Northwest.  It provides a useful companion to that publication.
  • Southwest Canada: Includes British Columbia through Manitoba. 3520 species
  • Pacific Region: Includes British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, and California. 8210 species
  • Great Basin: Includes SE Oregon, S Idaho, E California, Nevada, and Utah. 5098 species
  • Four Corners Region: SE Utah, SW Colorado, NE Arizona, and NW New Mexico. 4305 species
  • Rocky Mountain Region: Alberta to New Mexico. 5795 species
  • Great Plains: Saskatchewan, Manitoba, E Montana through E Colorado, North Dakota through Kansas, and Minnesota and Iowa. 4849 species
  • Southwest United States: Includes Southern California, Arizona, and New Mexico. 6926 species
  • The Dakotas: Includes North and South Dakota. 1854 species