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Landscaper's Companion Reviewed by New York Times
Just in time for spring time gardening, the New York Times reviews Landscaper's Companion as a must have mobile app for beginning to expert level gardeners and landscaping professionals.
The New York Times praised the extensive search features of Landscaper's Companion. "The search feature is nicely designed. You can enter 'cucurbita pepo' or 'zucchini' or 'summer squash' and the software will find the same vegetable" said Bob Tedeschi, author the the New York Times App Smart column.
The Landscaper's Companion gardening app contains information on over 20,000 different plants, features over 14,000 high-quality pictures and sorts plants into 16 easily-searched categories. Users can search for trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials, and more by their Common Name, Scientific Name, sun exposure, zone, watering requirements, and more. The latest versions also allow the user to search by bloom time.
"We are excited that the New York Times App Smart column reviewed Landscaper's Companion" says Dave Stevenson, President of Stevenson Software LLC. "The article was an honest evaluation that highlighted the strengths of Landscaper's Companion."
Landscaper's Companion makes a great business tool for thousands of professional landscaper's all over the world due to its extensive feature-set and plant catalog.
Gardening App Features:
* Over 20,000 plant details and descriptions
* Over 14,000 high quality images of plants
* Extensive Search - Search by name, bloom times, deer resistance, geographic location, size
* Fully Interactive:
Pricing and Availability:
The Landscaper's Companion app can be downloaded from the following App Stores, with prices starting at $4.99 (USD).
More information about the app can also be found at http://www.landscaperscompanion.com . The entire New York Times App Smart review can be read here http://www.nytimes.com/