Do you remember when you watered your succulents last?

Most of the time… neither do I.
And with over 300 succulents, keeping track of all their names and when I watered them became a nightmare.

That’s why I created the Succulent Tracker App — a place to easily record all the important details you need to know about your succulents (or other plants).

hands holding phone with succulent tracker app

The app allows you to keep track of the names of your plants, where they are located, and events like watering, repotting, pruning, fertilizing, and treating for pests.

Open up the individual plant view to record information about your plant, add a new picture, or simply see the history of what has happened over the past few weeks.

You can also keep a photographic history of each plant, using the camera in your device or a photo you’ve taken previously.

Ready to dive right in and give it a try?

You can try the app for free for up to 5 plants. If you want to add more than 5 plants you’ll have the option to select a monthly ($2.99) or annual ($29.99) subscription. With a paid subscription you can add as many plants as you’d like!

Both paid subscription options start with a 14-day free trial. So you can add your plants and test out the app to ensure it’s going to be a good fit for you.

If you want more details about how the app works, watch the video below. You’ll see how to add a new plant, enter the name, recording watering, and more.

Here’s what you can expect inside the app…

There are lots of different ways to view and organize the information about your succulents.

The “Watering” view will show you which plants are ready to be watered next based on schedules you’ve set or the average number of days between watering.

You can also see which need to be watered within the next 2-3 days, which were already watered today, and which don’t need to be watered yet.

Need to be watered today
Need to be watered soon
Watered today
Don’t need water yet

Switching over to the “My Plants” view, you can see photos of all the succulents in your collection grouped by genus. You can then switch to view the succulents grouped by location — indoor or outdoor — and tags you’ve added to them.

Sorted Alphabetically by Genus
Sorted by location (Indoor
Sorted by tags

Tapping on an individual plant will allow you to see all the information about it.

View information you’ve added about your plants

On the individual plant editor screen you can record information including:

  • The scientific name
  • A nickname
  • Photos
  • Watering schedule
  • When it was last watered
  • When you repotted
  • When you treated for bugs
  • Where you purchased it
  • If you made changes to the light or location
  • When you propagated it
  • And more!

There is a “Note” feature that allows to add any other information about the plant. You can also use tags as a way to add information and group succulents that are similar.

You can easily record new “actions” (watering, repotting, pruning, treating for bugs, fertilizing, make a note or take a new photo) by clicking the edit button in the top corner.

On the plant view screen you can also set the desired watering frequency. This will generate a notification on the day that plant needs to be watered again. You’ll also see the average watering time for that plant and when it was watered last.

Tagging is a really great way to add additional details about your plants. If you want to record where you got it, how much light it needs, that you grew it from a leaf, or anything else important to you…

Just add it in as a tag!

In any view, you can record action and apply them to a group of plants as well.

So rather than marking one by one that you’ve watered plants, simply go to a “view” where they are grouped together and tap to record that you’ve watered everything in that group.

There are so many ways to help you keep track of your plants and better care for them.

Actions are quick and easy to record so you can easily take care of your succulents and keep going on with your day.

Give the app a try so you can stop overwatering succulents, worrying about when you watered last and wondering if it’s ok to water again.

The app is currently available for iOS 13 and higher in the Apple App Store or Android 4.1 and up in the Google Play Store.

You can try the app for free for up to 5 plants. If you want to add more than 5 plants you’ll have the option to select a monthly ($2.99) or annual ($29.99) subscription. With a paid subscription you can add as many plants as you’d like!

Both paid subscription options start with a 14-day free trial. So you can add your plants and test out the app to ensure it’s going to be a good fit for you.