Gardening is good for the soul, not to mention property values. But those without horticultural expertise might be at a loss as to which plants to buy and how to arrange them. Consider Garden Puzzle, a online garden planner which helps you try out variety of layouts before you get started.
This service allows you to upload a photo of your current garden and to drag and drop different kinds of plants over top of it. Alternatively, you can play with pre-made backdrops to experiment to your hearts content. There are also tools to help determine what plants will grow in your geographic location.
Unfortunately Garden Puzzle employs a freemium structure, meaning to get all the features of this particular web app you’re going to need to pay up. Not paying means being denied access to a number of plants. Still, the site sets out to do exactly what it says it will, and it could be useful if you want to try a few ideas out.
- Upload a photo of your garden and see how certain plants would look in certain places.
- Choose from hundreds of plants and garden accessories.
- Free version doesn’t grant access to all plants.
- Similar tools: GardenPlanner.
Check out Garden Puzzle @ www.gardenpuzzle.com