Plants Map E-Journal July 2016

Hope you are enjoying this summer! Here is the latest news, feature journals, and highlights from our Plantsmap.com community News & Updates As new members of AmericanHort, several Plants Map team members recently attended their horticulture industry trade show Cultivate16 in July. To see highlights and new plants from the show visit the Cultivate16 Collection created by Tracy Blevins. Our […]

Plants Map and Land-grant Programs at UDC included in ROOTS publication

Our profile features writer Emily Freehling has been published in the Botanic Gardens Conservation International ROOTS publication (13.1 June 2016). The topic of the issue was on sharing science: getting the public excited about your science, daring visitors to think, and the ethnobotanical aproach illuminating outreach. Emily submitted a piece on Plants Map and the Land-grant Programs at […]

Resource Marketplace Launched

Many of you are aware that we’ve been working on building a new section of the site where you can find product and service providers related to horticulture and growing plants. We’ve been calling this the Resource Marketplace. I’m happy to share several updates on where we are with this new section of Plants Map including the launch […]

Plants Map E-Journal June 2016

  Welcome summer! Here is the latest Plantsmap.com news, updates and community features. News & Website Updates We have launched our next custom plant tab, the Rose Tab for rose collectors, enthusiasts, and growers. Learn more about the Rose Tab and other Custom Plant Tabs. We love to receive photos of our Plants Map tags […]

Plants Map makes it easy to order interactive plant tags to enhance the experience of any landscape

Just in time for the 2016 growing season, Plantsmap.com has launched My Tags, an innovative tool that makes it easier than ever to order interactive plant labels customized to your landscape directly from your own My Plants Map digital plant library. The process of ordering or making labels is typically an arduous task, involving either […]

Plants Map welcomes Emily Freehling as feature writer

We would like to introduce and welcome journalist Emily Freehling to the Plants Map team. Since November, Emily has been writing a series of Featured Profiles for our blog and sharing the stories of the individuals, organizations, and businesses that are using Plants Map.The idea was to publish a series of interviews that shows the diversity of users on Plants Map. What […]

Happy Birthday Plants Map: A look back and what’s ahead for 2016

Happy Birthday to the Plants Map Community! Two years ago this month, an idea born of Bill and Tracy Blevins’ search for ways to organize,document, and label the plants on their property launched at a startup competition in Fredericksburg, Va., and the world began to discover Plants Map. Plants Map combines the fun and discovery of […]

2015 Best Nine on Instagram from Plants Map

Our 2015 Best Nine on Instagram from Plants Map: The plant stories behind the Instagram photos! The following plants were our most popular #2015bestnine photos on Instagram from Plants Map.  All photos were taken by co-founder (and social media manager) Tracy Blevins. See their full Plants Map stories and photo gallery below: #1 Rose of Sharon – 8 photos […]

2015 Plants Map Year End Wishes

As the year comes to a close, we’d like to wish you all the best during the holidays. Our focus this year was on the development of the core website. We’ve made tremendous progress. The feedback on each development sprint from our users has been invaluable and was greatly appreciated. Each plant and plant story added has […]

September News & Updates

New Features: Post News, Add Comments, Plant List View, PDF Download Post News –  You can now ‘Post’ what’s new and growing in your world to the Plants Map community at the top of the Home page News section feed. Your post will then show at the top of the News section on the Home […]