Find the right plants 

And transform the grey into green

Based on your location, orientation, soil and wishes (edibles, attract bees, privacy) we will find the ideal plants for you. And you can have them delivered directly to your door! So easy!

Plants for your garden
Plants for your balcony
Where to start
What will grow in your vegetable garden?

How does it work?

When nature meets AI

By answering a few questions based on your gardening wishes the app will select the most ideal plants based on your location, orientation, soil, wishes and gardening level.

You can then purchase the plants individually, as a starter package or as a subscription to keep you going all season long.


Why Which Plant?

We all need more green and nature in our life; our bee population is decreasing, our mental health is suffering from being surrounded by buildings instead of nature, but the reality is that cities continue to grow. So the more green we can bring to city spaces the better.

  • 92% of the population will be living in cities by 2030 without gardens

  • 88% of people say their mental well being suffers due to lack of access to green space

  • 800K people die annually in Europe due to air pollution

  • 97% of our wildflower meadows which support bees have been lost in last 60 years

We make it easy to transform the grey into green!


Our Story

We are city people like many who had very little knowledge of plants before launching Which Plant!? We wanted to have a greener city around us and a greener balcony....but we didn't know the answers to which plants we should buy and what will grow on our north-facing balcony.

We want to help people transform their grey into green. Every balcony and garden can become a green haven if you know the right plants!

We are passionate about bringing more nature into the cities, to save the bees, improve air quality and make people happy :-).



Amsterdam & London

+31 (0)614963552


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