Need a little help getting your green thumb in gear as spring draws closer? There are tons of garden apps on the market ready to help you organize your thoughts and get your plants planted as the weather gets warmer. From reference material to

Vegetable Tree: If youíre looking to grow some hearty vegetables in your garden this season, youíll want to download Vegetable Tree. The app includes information on sowing and growing artichokes, arugula, basil and dozens of other types of vegetables. Sort veggie information by harvest time, and share your notes with fellow gardeners on social media.
$3.99 for iOS.
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Into Gardens: Part interactive magazine, part app, Into Gardens offers advice and insight to gardeners of all skill levels. Into Gardens offers striking photos and articles by experts to help you best tend to your garden, whether youíre a novice or a pro yourself. Read through tips and tricks or use the app to take your own notes on your garden. Compile your photos using the appís scrapbook feature.
Free for iOS and Android.
http://www.intogardens.com

Garden Manager: Garden Manager is a free plant alarm app that allows gardeners to track the progress of their plants and share their info with family and friends. Set alarms to remind you when to water your plants and use the photo log function to observe and record how your growing season is going. Need to find a local florist? The app also has a feature that can direct you toward local places for your plant-buying needs.
Free for Android.
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iScape: iScape is an essential landscape-planning tool for DIY gardeners, offering you a way to visualize how your garden will look. The app uses images to put together a realistic rendering, so itís also useful if youíre hiring a professional landscaper and you want to show them your vision for your backyard before they begin working.
Free for iOS and Android; $9.99 for the pro version.
http://www.iscapeapps.com

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Hopper: Looking for ways to save money next time you need to fly? Download Hopper, an app that analyzes billions of flight prices and tells you when you will find the cheapest tickets. The site also offers info on the best times to travel to your destination of choice and will send notifications to your inbox when flight rates drop.
Free for iOS.
http://www.hopper.com

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