Washington Wildflowers  

  
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Washington Wildflowers

A guide to over 1000 wildflowers, shrubs, and vines of Washington. Partners: Herbarium at University of Washington, Burke Museum, Mark Turner, and Phyllis Gustafson.


Description

goose flying University of Washington Herbarium at the Burke Museum, the authors of WILDFLOWERS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, and High Country Apps have partnered to produce the new WASHINGTON WILDFLOWERS plant identification app for mobile devices. The app provides images, species descriptions, range maps, bloom period, and technical descriptions for 1,000 common wildflowers, shrubs, and vines found in Washington and adjacent areas of British Columbia, Idaho, and Oregon. The majority of species included are native, but introduced species common to the region are covered as well. The app does not need an Internet connection to run, so you can use it no matter how remote your wanderings take you.


Press Reviews

Community Forest Plant Talk -- "This article continues the discussion of how to use the Washington Wildflowers App" read more...
The Land Above, Tehalah, WA, June 2017, by Theresa Schuller

Community Forest Plant Talk -- "How can you determine the name of a plant that’s in bloom along a beach, in a forest, a desert area or mountain meadow? The Washington Wildflowers app, created by High Country Apps, will help! It’s easy to use and has great photos and illustrations." read more...
The Land Above, Tehalah, WA, May 2017, by Theresa Schuller

2016 by the Numbers -- "With 2017 nearly upon us, we thought that it would be a good time to look back at the accomplishments of the past year. " read more...
Pressing News - The University of Washington Herbarium Quarterly Newsletter, Winter 2016/2017

Washington Wildflowers -- "Bellingham photographer co-develops native plant identification app." read more...
Klipsun Magazine, June 8, 2015, by Ariana Rayment

Wildflower Apps Update -- "We are pleased to report that the Washington Trails Association selected our Washington Wildflowers app as one of the “Best Apps” for 2015." read more...
Pressing News - The University of Washington Herbarium Quarterly Newsletter, Spring, 2015

Best Outdoor Apps for 2015 -- "Looking to refresh your outdoor apps in the new year? Don't miss our list of Best Outdoor Apps for 2015. Some will help you identify wildflowers and birds; others will help you navigate your favorite trail. And a few just might save your life." read more...
Washington Trails Assocation, January 2, 2015, by HikerCass

"A good field guide – or app – is a naturalist’s best friend" read more...
The Peninsula Gateway, December 3, 2014, by Frank Wright

"If you like to plant, grow, or learn about flowers, then check out our list of the best flower apps for your iPhone." read more...
AppPicker.com, January 7, 2014

Washington Trails Alliance Editor's Choice: "Check it out. The next time you're on trail and say, 'Hey, I wonder what that flower is?' just whip out your phone and find out. You'll probably catch me doing the same thing!" read more ...
Washington Trails Alliance, July/August 2013, by Eli Boschette, Editor

"Washington is blooming, and now there's an app that provides images and descriptions for more than 870 common wildflowers, shrubs, and vines found in Washington and adjacent areas of British Columbia, Idaho, and Oregon." read more...
Yahoo Travel, May 31, 2013, by Claudine Zap

"Just in time for spring: a wildflower app from the Burke Herbarium" read more...
Seattle Times, April 16, 2013, by Lynda Mapes

"Washington Wildflowers Smartphone App" read more...
Pacific Northwest Flowers, April 2013, by Mark Turner

"The identification key is simple to use, the outstanding photos make distinguishing between different species easy, and the number of species covered across different habitats is really impressive."
Catherine Hovanic, Executive Director of the Washington Native Plant Society, April 4, 2013

"Washington Wildflowers: A New Standard in Wildflower Smartphone Apps." read more...
Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens, April 1, 2013


User Reviews

"Elegant and efficient!" *****
"I bought this wonderful app late last week before heading over to south central Washington (Bickleton area), from Seattle on a nature day "runaway." We went in pursuit of bluebirds and spring wild flowers and wide open spaces and were delighted to find that this app helped us quickly zoom in and narrow down the number of possibilities for our searches, and then confirm our wild flower ID's, easily and quickly. The search design and Mark Turner's beautiful, illustrative imagery are first rate. I highly recommend this app for any considering a Northwest wildflower outing. Combine it with the Peterson Birds of North America app on your iPhone and/or iPad, as well, and a pair of binoculars and you are set for a grand outdoor adventure. Strong work, Mark and team."
by Betheblacksheep, Washington Wildflowers (iOS), April 22, 2013

"Fantastic app!" *****
"You will love this app. "
by William - Washington Wildflowers (Android), April 10, 2013