The Best Gardening App – My Favorite FREE Garden App That I Love! [Video]
Video uploaded by Cog Hill Family Farm on February 7, 2018
Grow Flowers and Send Bouquets from Your iPhone
Among all the things you can do on your iPhone, you can now grow flowers and send bouquets with the game called Flower Garden. This game permits you to care for plants, water them, cut flowers right after watering them for an extra shiny look, create nice bouquets to share with friends and family, cut dry or overwatered flowers for a not-so-happy bouquet, even shake the bouquet to rearrange flowers randomly and find the hidden Game Center achievements. You can even watch the flowers bloom.
The game is rather simple. For instance, you’ve planted the seeds and the plants need water to grow, so just press and hold the water button and try to keep the bar at the top in the green area. You can watch as the rain drops water your flowers. You will have to repeat this process depending on the seeds you have planted. If the bar goes into the yellow section, you’ve overwatered your seeds and they will wilt. In this case, you should wait until the bar slides back to the green. Come back later and water your seeds again before the bar reaches the red zone. When it gets to red, that means the seeds have dried out. Don’t worry, your seeds will be fine. Pay attention to them and they will fully grow.
Naturally, you’ll be able to plant different types of seeds. Some flowers will take a few minutes of care a day for over a week, while others will bloom right away.
Even more, Flower Garden’s bouquets are delivered with a personalized card and a note, letting your beloved ones know you took time to grow the flowers just for them. This is a really nice way to let your relatives enjoy the beauty and thoughtfulness of the flower gardens.
So why wouldn’t you keep a vibrant, healthy garden right on your iPhone or iPod? The game isn’t time consuming, as you only have to check back on your flowers every once in a while. Snappy Touch suggests visiting the garden every day for a chance of something new happening.