Entries by Tracy Blevins

Plants Map Journal: November Update

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” – Albert Camus Welcome November! Crisp autumn air and a season of harvest and celebration. Have you visited Plants Map recently? There are several profiles growing with lots of new plants to enjoy. Have you updated your profile with a photo & information about your botanical interests […]

Plants Map Update: October 2014

If you haven’t visited recently, check out the new growing profiles and plants on Plants Map. Have you updated your profile yet? Sign in and add a photo of yourself and share information about your botanical interests and activities. Have you seen the new Plants Map video? Thank you to Haleigh Ciel of Ciel Productions […]

Plants Map Update: August 2014

Happy August! We have a few items we wanted to share with you on our growing developments at Plants Map. Individual profiles have been enhanced to allow you to include your own gardening ‘resume’, your profile picture and a location so your gardens can be included on our maps. We have also added a new search […]

Plant Databases and Scientific Resources for Gardeners

Plants Map is not a scientific plant database, encyclopedia of plants, or plant identification tool. Our goal is to allow individuals and organizations to make their own unique garden journal of plants. Plants Map is about documenting your plant stories, notes, observations, experiences, and photos of your plants, gardens, and gardening interests or activities. Each […]

Community Building: Plants Map and GardenChat

Plants Map hosts #gardenchat UPDATE: The Plants Map team hosted #gardenchat on June 30. We asked participants on Twitter to share their favorite plant photos in nine categories that were used to launch a Community Photo Gallery on the #gardenchat Plants Map profile. Check out the photos and “like” your favorites! Here’s the original blog post announcing […]

Plants Map Update: May 2014

Happy May! Garden season is now in full swing. We’ve been busy! In April we participated in three local Virginia events to introduce people to Plants Map.  Our first event was the Fredericksburg Earth Day Festival, then the Richmond Earth Day Festival and last a Fredericksburg Home Depot Community Day event. At all three events […]