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With the Pl@ntNet app, identify one plant from a picture, and be part of a citizen science project on plant biodiversity

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  • Flora Incognita – free AI-supported plant identification university project
    I've only used PlantNet in the past. Worked well for me the few times I've used it. - Source: Hacker News / about 1 year ago
  • Leaves fell waxy and it smells like a vegetable. Volunteered in Southern AZ yard.
    Ok, so I found my own answer using a free app called Pl@ntNet. This is Nicotiana glauca aka tree tobacco. We're going to let it grow and see what it does. Apparently it can be 2+ meters high with yellow flowers. The plant The app. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Self-hosted plants manager with reminders?
    PlantNet offers free plant recognition, users would just need an account and API key. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Unknown plants
    .. If you have a unknown plant and want to know more about it go to: Source: over 1 year ago
  • What are these; Sunflowers?
    Take a close up of one of the flowers, and submit it using the Pl@ntNet App. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Sw England, On an open grassy hill top. What is this beauty?
    You might try the PlantNet app too, I have a lot of fun IDing the plants around me with it :) Source: about 2 years ago
  • Found a plant with these weird three-sided leaves while walking down a dirt road. Anyone know what it is?
    Seems like Koelreuteria paniculata according to the Plant'net app! Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Leaf/plant identifying app
    I was also trying to find a FLOSS plant identifier recently. The closest that I could find is PlantNet. The app and back end are not open source, but the data is openly available because it's used for research. So you're at least not supporting a company that's hoarding crowd sourced data. Also, you don't have to upload the photo/location data if you don't want to, so you can compare against the recommendations,... Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Does anyone know the name of this plant?
    Can we get a sticky for those questions? free open source app, that helps scientists to find invasive species and can identify every plant by leaf, flower, fruit or just a picture overall. Same goes for birdNet Source: about 2 years ago
  • what is this tree?? in our backyard in Adelaide, apps say wild sagewood but it doesn't look quite right
    You can try identification of plants with Source: about 2 years ago
  • Novice gardener - need help identifying plants
    As beginning balcony gardeners me and the wife have fallen in love with plantnet. It solves 99% of our "wtf is this plant" questions. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park is a great little park adjoining the Willunga wetlands. Easy to pick them both up in one walk.
    Plantnet ( works reasonably well for plant identification. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Pl@ntNet app for Tree identification.
    I see a lot of people asking for help with identifying trees and thought I would post this app as a tool that might be useful ( Source: over 3 years ago
  • Japanese Cherry Blossoms Throughout the World [OC]
    However you can contribute to Pl@ntNet, a massive crowd-sourced tree identification research project (which has a very nice app), which is used as one of the data sources on the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (OP's data source). Source: over 3 years ago
  • Can anyone identify what this is? I live in Illinois and found this on my walk today !
    It's probably Solanum carolinense (Solanaceae). I live in France so I don't know much about American plants, but I used the app Plantnet that can help you in your identifications. ( The app is french by the way, but works all around the world. I recommend it, even though it can give approximate identifications. Source: over 3 years ago

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