The intent of Plants Map is to allow everyone to document in their own words their experiences and information about the plants they add to their profile. Plant stories should be authentic and unique and originally created by the user. Aggregating facts and growing details from others sources is allowed as long you cite your sources […]

On Plants Map there are 5 types of content that can include pin location information on our maps. All location information provided is optional. The mapping tool also always you to set a location as ‘private’ so that only the you, the profile owner, sees it. When you enter edit mode for any of the following forms […]

Let us show you how to get started and answer your questions about Plants Map! NOTE: Our last weekly scheduled 4pm ET live demo will be December 11, 2018. Please feel free to Contact Us if you would like to schedule a live demo session for you or your organization. We invite you to watch our series of […]

Plantsmap.com is a community website that hosts botanical collections for individuals and organizations. The My Plants Map tools solve the challenges of documenting, organizing, mapping, tagging and sharing information about plants. My Plants Map will quickly become your favorite tool to digitally organize all of your plant information in one place at your fingertips. My Plants Map helps you organize your plants, with […]

Plants Map users have the ability to make comments on: A news post from others A plant profile Here’s how: Sign Up (it’s free) or Sign In When a user posts news you will see a comment field below. Add a nice and thoughtful comment or question here. On a plant send a nice and thoughtful comment or question at the bottom of […]

There are a couple of ways to include links to your other social accounts such as Twitter, Facebook or to your own website or blog from your Plants Map profile page. After you Sign In, from the top drop down Profile menu click on My Profile or one of your Organization Profiles and click the […]

After you make a sign-in and follow other profiles on Plants Map your Home page content will become customized based on profiles you are following.

When you first sign in to Plants Map the profile menu indicates that you are using Plants Map as My Profile, or your personal, individual profile. This allows users to have 1 sign in with the ability to add multiple organizations and switch between profiles on Plants Map.   You must have both types of profiles: an individual sign […]