WildPlantID aids beginning and advanced users in identifying wild plants in the Euclid Creek Watershed. Users are guided through a series of questions (type of leaves, color of flowers, etc.) with illustrations until the app can display the likely matches. The app aims to help introduce newcomers to the study of wild plants and to serve as a field tool for groups doing conservation work in the Euclid Creek Watershed.
WildPlantID comes with a database of all known wild plants that might be found in the watershed, including invasive species, and is fully functional without an internet connection. A glossary, pop-up definitions, and images make the app easy to use as a field reference. The app and its database are developed by volunteers local to the region.
The new Cautions text, featured on the homepage, warns users about possibly-hazardous wild plants and how to avoid them. We recommend all users familiarize themselves with these plants.
Ratings and Reviews
Wow this is great!!! I have no idea where this place is but when I am trap stranded in this watershed I’ll have the knowledge to identify bark!!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.