December 3, 2012
I’ve added demos to show how my interative plant identifier and pruning guide website works. This link will take you to the Articles section where I have various demos wesite is How to use rightplants4me.co.uk works.
The website is free to browse. However if you want to subscribe you can make visual plant lists ‘Plants I have’ and Plants I want’, plus you can add notes and print them with images. I hope this proves useful to Garden Designers, students and garden enthusiasts alike.
When you link to the demo the opening image will be fussy. This is because I’ve added linked from Youtube but I ca reassure you that the wesite is clear and sharp.
Each plant is accompanied with in-depth description, planting and pruning advice, images and some plants have time lapse sequences attached.
I hope you find the website useful. If you have images of plants that you’d like added to the site then please feel free to contact me email@example.com. Together we can make the site grow into a comprehensive plant identification website.
May 23, 2011
www.rightplants4me.co.uk is a free website to help you find the right plants for every aspect of your garden, seasonal changes and garden design.
With over 3,700 plants and 10,500 photographs we cover plants from grasses to trees.
You can find and identify plants by selecting any combination of colour, month / season. aspect, spoil type, height, Latin or common name.
Each plant is accompanied with full plant description, planting advice plus pest and diseases.
The illustrated pruning advice shows you what to do
The time lapses shows how the plants grow and the intricate design of their flowers.
We are adding more plants daily. If you have plants you want adding please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The site is still growing and we’re adding new functions as and when we can.
I hope you find it useful.
April 23, 2011
I’ve produced a garden plant identification and pruning guide website. It’s Free to browse
You can search for plants by any combination of Latin or common name, months, height,aspect etc.
it’s very easy to navigate. Just enter your search requirements, press search, and the best plants to suit your needs appear as thumbnail images.
Click on an image and you open up the plant description, illustrated pruning advice, pests and diseases plus I’ve added some time-lapses to accompany some plants. In most cases we’ve explained what the Latin names mean.
There are over 3,600 UK garden plants and over 10,000 images
The plant selection covers many different types of plants from annuals to vegetables and trees plus wildflowers and weeds.
The site is still in developments so we’re adding new functions and information over the next months and years.
We are looking for contributors with images and plant expertise. If you can help please contact email@example.com
November 23, 2010
Plant Finder. Search by selecting colour, height, season and name
Here is an audio-visual demo to show you how the Complete Gardens CD-ROM can help you choose the right plants for your garden conditions and your choice of garden style.
You can search by any combination of flower / leaf colour, month and season, soil type, aspect, height plus Latin or common name.
The best plants to suit your requirements are displayed within seconds.
Each plant is accompanied with in-depth plant care and illustrated pruning advice
Click here to see further information about the Complete Gardens CD-ROM
The Complete Gardens CD-ROM is British made and PC and MAC compatible.
I have made an interactive plant finder, identifier and pruning guide web site. http://www.complete-gardens-online.co.uk which I hope you find interesting.
It has over 3,600 garden plants, 10,000 photographs plus time lapse sequences and each plant has in-depth plant care and illustrated pruning advice.
The plant database is continuing to grow. If you have good quality photographs of garden plants that are not not already on the database I’d like to hear from you with an interest of adding it to the collection.
Contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org