Restoration workers organize their plans
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Cistus villosus 'Lasca select'

Drought tolerance in beautiful colors.

Enjoy waves of blossoms beginning in late spring and continuing until the heat breaks in early autumn.


See what other people like you are doing with The Compleat Botanica

 

 

Customer profiles

   Arborist
   Conservation
   Plant society
   Wetland management
   Florist
 

Others like you . . .

  Professional groups
  Specialties
  Botanical sciences
  Agriculture
  Gardening
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"E.J.  says . . ."

E.J. knows from years of experience that no two restoration projects are the same.  Careful field studies and local interviews always make the difference.  "Even though each project is unique, the process we follow is always similar.  That's why we like the organizing capabilities of the software -- it just makes everything easier."
 
Did you know?


Q:  What can I do with the multiple selection feature?

A:  The delete, copy, export, publish, print, and abstract commands all work differently when you've selected more than one specimen.  This time saver makes it really convenient to do your work.  See the full story.

For more tips see

  The not so obvious . . .
 

Software snapshots


There are 17 side-by-side data entry views making it easy to access and update your data.  Be sure to check out the Identification View.

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The Compleat Botanica and restoration work
Record lists of suitable species for hillside erosion control projects, wetland edge projects and highway beautification projects.
Build your own catalog of useful plants organized by water usage, desirable properties, or special local factors.
Share your data and your results with others in your professional circle.
Use all of the other features of The Compleat Botanica to develop and publish plant-related reports.

 

Features for restoration work


  Professional report styling

  Family names

  Filters

  Botanical name display

  All of the essential features of The Compleat Botanica
 

Data fields for restoration work


Just a few of the data fields useful for restoration work:

  Tolerates drought

  Tolerates high humidity

  Tolerates seaside conditions

  Sunshine

  Water

  Soil texture

  Soil pH

  Native status

  Noxious weed

  Alphabetical index of all 160 fields used by The Compleat Botanica

 

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Frequently asked questions


Q:
  Your software sounds interesting, do you offer trial versions?

A:  No.  The Compleat Botanica has no copy protection mechanisms, passwords, or built in expiration keys which would make it suitable for trial versions.

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 Frequently Asked Questions
 

Tips . . .


Q:
  Here's a step-by-step procedure for creating a new filter.

A:  Filters allow you to see a partial listing of the specimen in your collection. This is useful when you have a large collection; but even if you have a small collection filters are still useful for choosing which columns to show in the list.

In this example we'll create a filter to show all evergreen shrubs and trees suitable for planting in climates with annual average winter lows of -10 degrees Fahrenheit.  See the full story.

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 How do I . . .
 

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Last reviewed December 05, 2009   

 

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