Plantsmap.com is a website community that hosts botanical collections with customized tools that solve the challenges of documenting, organizing, mapping, tagging and sharing information about plants.

Explore our community of plant collections.
No sign in or app required.

Search plant collections based on your search criteria, interests, and purpose.

Join our growing community to begin connecting with others based on your plant interests or to begin your own My Plants Map digital plant journal.

The easy to learn My Plants Map tools have wide appeal among a diversity of users from those that manage public landscapes to avid plant collectors, professionals, community groups, weekend gardeners and more.

We host a unique web page for each of your plants that include your plant’s story, photos, notes, growing details and reference links all in one place.

Our plant labels are beautiful and durable, but they also have something you won’t find on other tags: a QR code that directly connects your plants to a smartphone or mobile device.

Our mapping tools include private and public features that allow you to create your own private map view or a pubic view for your visitors. You can map plants, collections, and a network of connections.

2019 New Plants

In this recorded webinar join Plants Map Cofounder Tracy Blevins for a look at 2019 new plants coming to your garden center this year from the California Spring Trials of 2018. 
Plantsmap Connecting People With Plants

Plants Map E-Journal February 2019

PlantsMap.com E-Journal February 2019 - Congrats to the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge, Growing Garden Trends, Snapdragon Love Contest, New Plants Webinar, Spring Countdown, UUCCH Arboretum, Southern Adventist, Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery and more
MPGC surpasses one million pollinator gardens

Congratulations to the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge on surpassing one million registered gardens

We are proud to be among the organizations that have promoted the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge to our community and followers. Thank you to everyone that participated to help raise awareness about the importance of pollinators and the plants that support them.  

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