Imagine walking around your garden in the late Fall when everything except for your evergreens is now leafless and whole plants have retreated into the ground for the winter. How can you tell the plants in your fern bed apart or remember which of your roses was the double bloomer? Plants Map Tags have a […]
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Updated January 18, 2018 While many phones now come with a built-in QR code reader, you may still want to download a QR code reader app for your smartphone or tablet to scan the tags. In this journal we cover several options for scanning QR codes. Know that the age of your device has something […]
We frequently get questions on Plants Map asking about the accession number field when adding a plant. Accession numbers are a numbering system so that each plant can be inventoried individually. Imagine you planted a Dawn Redwood in 2013 and then you planted another one in 2014 near the first one. In several years they […]
As avid gardeners, Tracy and I have searched online for ‘best plant signs’ or ‘best plant labels’ and best ‘everything’ as it related to making plant identification signs for our garden plants and trees. We’ve been researching how to label our plants and trees for years! I bet you’ve search for this once or twice yourself! […]