Are you wondering if Plants Map is right for you?
Don’t have to take our word for it! Here’s what some of our happy customers have to say about our site and our interactive tags and signs:
Plants Map has been such a vital source in my gardening journey. It is the perfect tool to keep track of every important tree and plant you purchase for your landscape. It is a vast and educational community filled with reliable resources right at your fingertips. The ability to mark my garden favorites with tags allows me to include, show and share my love of nature with neighbors, friends and family. Plants Map provides me with the ease of organization and allows me to have full control of my garden that was otherwise not possible. Using Plantsmap.com has given me the confidence I need to take my abilities to the next level. Plants Map inspires me to get outside, meet new horticultural experts and be the best gardener I can be.
Angie Rose Gardener & Blogger at angiethefreckledrose.com June 22, 2017
When I order (usually at the last minute for some event) they are immediately there electronically to help with always good input and spirit! I really appreciate how fast the "proof" is reviewed by staff and how changes if needed are quickly communicated. Plantsmap cares about our mission of public education in the herb garden. More visitors commented or were seen with phones looking at the herb signs this year at the herb garden during the annual Louisa Heritage Day in April. With the QR codes it makes it so easy to add and edit each entry. Every year we add to the signs identifying herbs, plants, and trees and we can see that the public uses and enjoys them.
Deb Field Coordinator for the Louisa Herb Guild, Louisa County Historical Society June 22, 2017
My garden has grown up with Plants Map. The trees and shrubs are all mapped on Plants Map. Each tags helps me quickly access information about that plant and its story. My backyard feels like a botanic garden with the durable tags from Plants Map!
Brad Grimm Gardener June 12, 2017
We have created almost 60 Plantsmap signs to describe the native plants we have recently installed at our organization's largest wetlands restoration site at Riverpoint Park in Norfolk, Virginia. The Plantsmap signs are very affordable yet are high quality and have held up extremely well over several years in and near the saline marsh environment. Our restoration site has become as much a teaching site as a restoration project, so the Plantsmap signs have been a wonderful addition because they can quickly and easily educate the public about the native plants. The QR code feature on each sign is fantastic, as it enables us to create a custom page describing each plant. These web pages can provide photos of the plants' flowers, fruits and foliage during several seasons, and detailed plant info if the visitor wants to learn more.
RUTH MARTIN Project Leader with Lafayette Wetlands Partnership June 6, 2017
We donated several plants to our local community center in honor or memory of club members whose contributions had been significant and we wished to recognize. We ordered plant signs from Plants Map and they were perfect. Just the right size, just the right information, just the right price. We will definitely be using this service again!
Pat Jessupp President, Oxford Garden Club June 5, 2017
I teach a Mountain Ecology course at a boarding school for high school boys in Virginia. Over the years the students in this course have built and developed an Interpretive Trail on campus. After discovering Plants Map, I quickly realized it was a great way to create a digital record of the numerous tree ID signs that have been created over the years. We have also utilized PlantsMap's ID tags for numerous trees on the school's Front Lawn. Plants Map is a great tool to help my students generate content and create a reference database for others. The database is also proving to be instrumental as we seek Arboretum status with ArbNet.
Cory Woods Assistant Director of Outdoor Programs; Blue Ridge School June 1, 2017
A great place to share plant photos and information with others who are interested in plants.
Anelle Plant geek May 29, 2017
Love the site, love learning about my plants and what others are doing in the area. I think the QR tag concept is awesome and look for them whenever I visit a public gardens or university. Keep up the good work.
John Small personal farming and landscaping May 26, 2017
Plantsmap.com has allowed our school to create a user-friendly data base of the Lower School's significant trees and shrubs so that teachers are able to access and share with the younger students. The tags also help our families and visitors to access this information. We also provide links to the Plants Map site on our school's website. We look forward to expanding our database as we plant new trees, as well.
Brian Kane Director of Environmental Stewardship May 26, 2017
Such a user-friendly platform, web-based and real time! It gave our little botanical garden a place to call horticultural home, outside of the university website, wherein we could get more detailed and post more photos of each plant. It also allows us to catalog our specimen palm collection... and the plant tags are the finishing touch!
Holly Chichester University Horticulturist and Manager of Grounds Operations May 25, 2017
We ordered Plantsmap's ID signs; the staff was extremely helpful, the ID signs were great quality and were delivered quickly. Don't hesitate to order from these folks!
Dona Bergman Grants Manager May 25, 2017
Plants Map is truly unique idea. The Cecil College and Horticulture Club was excited to be able to participate in this program. Our plant tags arrived quickly. Loading data into your own "Plants Map" is user friendly. This will make learning about the College Plants more interactive and fun.
Christy Michaud Cecil College Horticulture Club Secretary May 25, 2017
Plants Map works well for us at Pocahontas State Park in two ways -
1) We have labelled tree trails to help visitors identify trees, and we have landscape gardens with plant tags so that curious visitors are able to put names to some of the plants that they see here.
2) We are documenting the plants and activities in the landscape gardens, both to help with current maintenance and to facilitate the transfer of knowledge as volunteers transition in and out.
The online system is good and keeps getting better, and the label products and the service are first-rate.
Ben Hedges Pocahontas State Park Volunteer May 24, 2017
Love this site, so easy to navigate, that means a lot to me. Lots of good knowledge awaits you.
Margie Kuykendall amateur gardener May 24, 2017
Plantsmap.com is a great resource for plant tags, gardens, and plant information. I use it to discover plants and to educate landscape design clients about plants I am suggesting for their gardens. What a great resource!
Benjamin Bowen Landscape Designer at Ross NW Watergardens May 24, 2017
I am using Plants Map to create educational signage for my property, for benefit of grandchildren and those interested in plants, especially native trees and shrubs. I continue to add to my site with additional species and photos. I cannot imagine how I could do this without Plants Map.
Beverly Hunter Amissville, VA May 24, 2017
"Best Present Ever!!" My husband's reaction to the Plants Map signs I gave him for Xmas. No one gets in our front door without a tour of his "signs." Best gift ever 💜
May 24, 2017
At the University of Puget Sound we have a Native Species garden located inside a courtyard between two science buildings. The garden is unique in that it is home to native plants from the Pacific Northwest as well as other locations around the world with similar climate. Using the Plants Map site to catalog, then order interactive plant tags was very user friendly, and a great tool to showcase this hidden garden. The main idea behind using Plants Map was to allow students, staff, and visitors to interact with the garden, and learn about the plant material. Every summer, I choose a project for my student work crew to complete, and last summer the garden became fully interactive, and our students we able to learn about the plant material while they installed the signs. Plants Map interactive plant tags are a great tool, and we have plans to tag more plant material.
Barrett Scott Tripp Grounds Supervisor - University of Puget Sound May 24, 2017
Working with Plants Map for the tree signs in the Linthicum Walks Arboretum has been very easy, the signs are great and the webpages are a big hit. We use Plants Map as part of our tree identification and signage. Sponsors of our trees love the ability to link from the tree sign to the website for more information. One tree was sponsored by the parents of a couple recently married under their favorite tree in the arboretum. They were thrilled to have the tree sign link to the Plants Map page with a picture of the wedding!
George Percivall Arboretum volunteer May 24, 2017
I love having all the trees identified. We have a bit of property and have purchased a number of combination trees. It was impossible to keep track of what was what. Now, we can not only see all the different varieties but I can track their location on the Plants Map website. Everyone always wants to know where I got the great tags!!!
Elizabeth Grasso Homeowner May 24, 2017
I wanted handsome, long lasting plant tags that could link me to more complete information on each of my 300+ trees AND geolocate each plant thru the use of QR codes and an online data bank. Plants Map fit the bill, and so did Bill Blevins, the owner. He and Tracy (wife & partner) was more than helpful in guiding me towards making it happen. If you're looking for plant tags that can do more than just offer the name of a plant, I'd highly recommend these fully functional tags.
Ward Wilson Private enthusiast May 24, 2017
Plants Map has served my school and me very well! They are a great company with a great product. Not only do you get a high quality product, but they also work with you very well (like adding QR codes to go on your identification tags). The use of the Plants Map website was also a huge bonus, and great for my students to use. Anybody who walks the trails of the Kate Palmer Wildlife Sanctuary can now scan the tree tags, be connected to our page, and then find out the name and species of the tree. Great company!
Clint Genthner Teacher May 24, 2017
For years I tried to keep all my photos of my plants together with my notes, plant tags, reference sources, and other info. Now Plantsmap.com keeps it all together in the palm of my hand for me. No more binders, photo albums, spreadsheets, hand drawn maps, or apps that didn't meet my unique plant interests. I can now carry binders worth of my plant information from my garden with me wherever I go, such as working in the garden, buying plants, or visiting other landscapes. Plantsmap.com has become my best tool in the garden for preserving my own plant information and growing details.
Tracy Blevins Avid Plant Collector, Tree Hugger, May 24, 2017
Love Plants Map! Interesting seeing how different groups garden and all the unique and different types of plants I never knew existed!
Allen Schmidt UAS/GIS Pilot, Plants Map May 24, 2017
Thanks fo much for all your help putting together my tag/stake order! Your tags are beautiful and add such a special, informative touch to our garden. Warm Regards, Pat
Pat Holder Lifelong gardener, Asheboro, NC May 30, 2016