Zion National Park is home to hundreds of flowering plant species. This mobile app allows users to identify more than 200 of the most common flowering plants found throughout the park. The app provides descriptions, photographs, and general information about each of the plants included in the app. Users of this app can identify flowering plants by conducting searches using plant characteristics such as number of petals, flower color, flower shape, and leaf arrangement.
Download the App
The app is free and available on the App Store.
Participate in the Watchman Trail Wildflower Phenology Study
Citizen Science Opportunity March - October
A wildflower phenology study has been set up along the Watchman Trail. Plants have been selected for observation along the lower portion of the trail and are identified with plant markers. Participants record the status of the plant, whether it is budding, flowering, or fruiting using the Zion Phenology web app. No prior experience needed. The Zion Phenology web app includes pictures and definitions to aid participants. Requires the use of a mobile device with service. Click below to open the Zion Phenology web app:
Last updated: May 17, 2021