Plant identification with a leaf or leaves. AI to recognize +200 plants just scan the leaf and the Artificial Intelligence will infer the tree or plant specie

The core idea is to identify plants by its leaves. We will work very hard to train our AI to recognize more plants and we will also work on the algorithm.
Our mission is to provide the best app that can recognize any tree / plant a titanic mission. But we will work continuously to achieve this goal and to provide all people tools to protect nature.
Our values are to protect nature.
+200 plants identifier.Working hard to train our AI to recognize more and also if the plant is diseased or healthy.If you buy this app you get all future updates for free.

iOS app available here ??

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/plant-by-leaf-identifier/id1545880950

Android app available here ?? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=academy.crow.plantbyleafidentifier

Current plants that this app recognizes:

Plant by Leaf Identifier – Version 1

I will publish in the last days of 2020 a new iOS / android version with +10 more plants. I will work hard in great quality images for the training.

I have big math enhancements for the app.

The idea is to index all plants in the world by leaf. And the leaf recognition can be filtered by category. That’s our final mission.

Plant by Leaf Identifier – Version 2 (30 December 2020 release)

The idea is to include 10 plants from Mexico and make a live test with leaves. The rule for this app is to scan a single leaf with preferable monochromatic background to ignore noise.

The updates of this version are:

  • 10 plants natives from American continent.
  • Added some common trees from Africa.
  • Added some common trees from America.
  • Added some common trees from Asia.
  • Added some common trees from US.
  • Added some common trees from Europe.

A video live testing with leaf identifier with ~10 leafs.

Plants identification list

Abies alba
Abies balsamea
Abies cephalonica
Abies nebrodensis
Acacia auriculiformis
Acacia mangium
Acca sellowiana
Acer negundo
Acer palmaturu
Acer rubrum
Acer saccharinum
Acer saccharum
Aesculus californica
African sheepbush – Pentzia incana
Alder (Alnus)
Alfalfa
Almond – Prunus dulcis
Alnus × spaethii
Alstonia Scholaris (diseased)
Alstonia Scholaris (healthy)
Amaranth – Amaranthusa
American Beech (Fagus grandifolia)
Amy root – Apocynum cannabinum
Angel trumpet – Brugmansia suaveolens
Apple
Apple and Pear (Pyrus)
Apple – Malus domestica
Apricot – Prunus armeniaca
Arapaho Blackberry
Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis)
Arfaj – Rhanterium epapposum
Arisarum vulgare
Arizona sycamore – Platanus wrighitii
Arjun (diseased)
Arjun (healthy)
Ash – Fraxinus spp.
Aspen and Cottonwood and Poplar (Populus)
Azalea
Bael (diseased)
Bamboo – Bambuseae
Banana – Musa × paradisica & others
Baobab – Adansonia
Bartlett Pear
Basil (healthy)
Basswood (Tilia americana)
Basswood (Tilia)
Bauhinia purpurea L.
Bay laurel – Laurus nobilis (culinary)
Bean
Bean – Fabaceae, specifically Phaseolus spp.
Bear corn – Veratrum viride
Bearberry – Ilex decidua
Beech – Fagus
Belle of Georgia Peach
Betula pubescens
Bigtooth Aspen (Populus grandidentata)
Bird of paradise – Strelitzia reginae
Bird’s nest plant – Daucus carota
Bird’s nest – Daucus carota
Black Ash (Fraxinus nigra)
Black Birch (Betula lenta)
Black Tartarian Cherry – Prunus avium
Black alder – Alnus glutinosa, Ilex verticillata
Black ash – Acer negundo, Fraxinus nigra
Blue ash – Fraxinus quadrangulata
Blue bindweed – Solanum dulcamara
Bluecrop Blueberry – Vaccinium corymbosum
Bolean birch – Betula papyrifera
Bougainvillea sp
Brown daisy – Rudbeckia hirta
Buckeye (Aesculus)
Buckthorn (Rhamnus)
Buxus sempervirens
California bay – Umbellularia californica
California sycamore – Platanus racemosa
California walnut – Juglans californica
California-laurel (Umbellularia)
Cane ash – Fraxinus americana
Canoe birch – Betula papyrifera
Castanea sativa
Catalpa (Catalpa)
Cathaya
Cedar (see “True Cedar”)
Celtis sp
Chelidonium majus
Cherry and Plum (Prunus)
Cherry birch – Betula lenta
Chestnut (Castanea)
Chinar (diseased)
Chinar (healthy)
Chinkapin (Castanopsis)
Clumpfoot cabbage – Symplocarpus foetidus
Codiaeum variegatum (L.)
Common alder – Alnus glutinosa
Cornus florida
Corylus avellana
Cottonwood and Poplar and Aspen (Populus)
Crassula ovata (Mill.) Druce
Crataegus monogyna
Cryptomeria
Cypress (Cupressus)
Davidia involucrata
Devil’s bite – Veratrum viride
Devil’s darning needle – Clematis virginiana
Devil’s nose – Clematis virginiana
Devil’s plague – Daucus carota
Dogwood (Cornus)
Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga)
Elm (Ulmus)
Erodium sp
Euonymus japonicus
Euphorbia pulcherrima
European ash – Fraxinus excelsior
European weeping birch – Betula pendula
European white birch – Betula pendula
False alder – Ilex verticillata
Filbert and Hazel (Corylus)
Fir ( “True Fir”)
Foxtail amaranth – Amaranthus caudatus
Fragaria vesca
Fraxinus sp
Gallberry – Ilex glabra
Garget – Phytolacca americana
Garlic mustard – Alliaria petiolata
Garlic root – Alliaria petiolata
Gauva (diseased)
Gauva (healthy)
Geranium sp
Germander speedwell – Veronica chamaedrys
Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron)
Gloriosa daisy – Rudbeckia hirta
Golden Jubilee Peach – Prunus persica
Golden garlic – Allium moly
Gray Birch (Betula populifolia)
Gray birch – Betula alleghaniensis
Green ash – Fraxinus pennsylvanica lanceolata
Hawthorn (Crataegus)
Hazel and Filbert (Corylus)
Hedera Helix L.
Hemlock (Tsuga)
Henbit deadnettle – Lamium amplexicaule
Holly (Ilex)
Honeylocust (Gleditsia)
Horsechestnut (see “Buckeye”)
Hydrangea sp
Ilex aquifolium
Ilex perado ssp azorica
Incense-cedar (Calocedrus)
Iresine herbstii Hook.
Jamun (diseased)
Jamun (healthy)
Jatropha (diseased)
Jatropha (healthy)
Juniper (Juniperus)
Kieffer Pear
Lemon (diseased)
Lemon (healthy)
Lime
Liquidambar styraciflua
Liquidambar styraciflua L.
Magnolia grandiflora
Magnolia soulangeana
Magnolia × soulangeana
Mahogany birch – Betula lenta
Maple ash – Acer negundo
Meadow cabbage – Symplocarpus foetidus
Mespilus germanica
Metasequoia glyptostroboides
Mongo (diseased)
Mongo (healthy)
Montmorency Cherry
Nerium oleander
Nerium oleander L.
Night scented gilliflower – Hesperis matronalis
Papaver sp
Paper birch – Betula papyrifera
Pinus contorta
Pinus sp
Pinus taeda
Podocarpus macrophyllus
Podocarpus sp
Polypodium vulgare
Pomegranate (diseased)
Pomegranate (healthy)
Pongamia Pinnata (diseased)
Pongamia Pinnata (healthy)
Poorland daisy – Rudbeckia hirta
Populus alba
Populus nigra
Primula vulgaris
Pseudosasa japonica
Pseudotsuga menziesii
Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides)
Quercus alba
Quercus robur
Quercus suber
Red birch – Betula nigra
Red deadnettle – Lamium purpureum
River birch – Betula nigra, Betula lenta
Salix atrocinerea
Schinus terebinthifolia Raddi
Schinus terebinthifolius
Sclerocarya birrea
Silver birch – Betula papyrifera
Skunk cabbage – Symplocarpus foetidus, Lysichiton spp.
Speckled alder – Alnus incana
Spice birch – Betula lenta
Spotted deadnettle – Lamium maculatum
Swamp cabbage – Symplocarpus foetidus
Tall ambrosia – Ambrosia trifida
Taxus bacatta
Tilia tomentosa
Urtica dioica
White Ash (Fraxinus americana)
White alder – Alnus incana, Alnus rhombifolia, Ilex verticillata
Wild garlic – Allium canadense
Yellow daisy – Rudbeckia hirta
Yellow ox-eye daisy – Rudbeckia hirta

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