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About Veggie Grower

The free version of Veggie Grower includes 9 vegetables and 9 herbs. There are two in-app purchases within Veggie Grower: the first one activates the complete list of vegetables including all future items. The second one activates the complete list of herbs including all future items. You can decide if you are only interested in one, two or both of the collections.
Veggie Grower is a comprehensive planting guide to a vegetable & herbs catalog which includes tips for growing your own organic cultivation of vegetables and herbs on the balcony, on the terrace or in the garden. This accumulation of knowledge and advice (Sowing, Planting, Soil, Fertilizer and much more) is suitable for beginners in cultivation, as well as for advanced gardeners who want to expand their knowledge or want to grow new varieties.

Furthermore, the following features are available:
- Graphical cultivation calendar
- Alert for gardening work
- Description of usable fertilizers
- Possibility to save notes about veggies and herbs
- Section with updatable tips and experiments around gardening
- Veggie Grower contains, even in the free version, absolutely NO ads

The current list of veggies includes the following varieties: artichoke, eggplant, cauliflower, broccoli, chicory, Chinese cabbage, endive, iceberg lettuce, peas, lamb´s lettuce, fennel, kale, celeriac, cucumber, carrot, potato, kohlrabi, lettuce, melon, pumpkin, leek, Savoy cabbage, Swiss chard, paprika, parsnip, leaf lettuce, radicchio, radishes, white radish, rhubarb, Brussels sprouts, beet, red cabbage, arugula, chives, black salsify, asparagus, spinach, runner beans, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, water melon, white cabbage, winter purslane, summer purslane, Hamburg parsley, zucchini, garlic and onions. In addition, the white mushroom and the strawberry has joined the list, even if the two are not vegetables :-)
 

Herbs currently represented are anis, basil, borage, calendula, camomile, caraway, catmint, chervil, coriander, curry plant, dill, estragon, hyssop lavender, ice plant, jiaogulan, leaf celery, lemon verbena, lovage, marjoram, malve, melilotus, melissa, mint, mushroom plant, mustard, oregano, leaf parsley, pelargonium, rosemary, sage, satureja, sorrel, southernwood, stevia, thyme, trigonella, nasturtium, valeria, winter cress, woodruff, wormwood.

The list of vegetable and herb varieties is growing continuously. We are looking forward to your suggestions.
The sowing dates proposed by Veggie Grower are valid in most parts of the USA, Canada, western and eastern Europe. For other continents and countries, Veggie Grower is a valuable reference guide for sowing and care descriptions and provides tips and tricks from professional gardeners.

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What to plant now?

author
Has temperatures of what the plants can withstand and everything the only thing missing is if they can grow on a window or outdoors but the information here will get the vegetables going. To be square though...
A Google user
author
This is a really good app for a new gardener, easy to see and understand advice, tips and guide lines, more than happy to pay for full version, keep up the good work and hope your efforts are rewarded :0)
Shaun Jackson
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ganz nett, mit vielen bio tipps, ein kleines Nachschlagewerk
Jay Jay