Plant Information Encyclopaedia
by Deeproot Software
A plant expert on your PC ...
Deeproot Plant Base is an A-to-Z plant encyclopaedia for any Windows PC. Easy-to-use and very affordable software, built around a fully searchable, fully updateable plant database.
View detailed information about garden and wild plants in seconds, directly from your own computer.
Search by names and a multitude of other characteristics.
Select the best plants for your next garden project or growing season. Record plant lists or add your own information and photos to create a custom personal plant reference.
Suitable for amateur gardeners, garden designers, landscape professionals, students or in fact anyone with an interest in growing plants. Our aim is to produce garden software that is simple, efficient and yet highly flexible.
- 11,740 plants and 5,809 pictures
- No fuss, simple to use, quality software for all user levels
- All records can be updated
- Add your own plants and pictures
- Free updates to future new versions
Plant Base was developed in the UK, though not limited to any area or type of plant. We have users located worldwide.
Try it for yourself - free 15 day trial - full product download file (272 Mb)
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Deeproot Software relocataion - we are moving ... read Blog post
New Plant Base version release - includes both the program and updates to the plant database
Read more about Plant Base 2.1.4
Plant Base for MacOSX - Beta Test has been released ...read more on the Blog
Extra Keys "Pro" edition is available, with extended features ...read more
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Android apps to view the online database -
Read the review of Plant Base on the gardening website www.wildchicken.com
Plant Base Mobile for Pocket PC
Plant Base independent review in Computer Shopper magazine - (May 2007) online version at : www.expertreviews.co.uk