2016 Best Nine on Instagram from Plants Map

The following plants were our most popular #2016bestnine photos on Instagram from @PlantsMap.  Photos were taken by co-founders Tracy and Bill Blevins. See more photos and learn the stories behind these #2016bestnine plants below. #1 Southern Red Oak – Our subject of tree envy. 40 photos. #2 Tall Joe Pye Weed – Sharing the spotlight […]

Daylily Tab added to Custom Tab library

The Daylily Tab is the latest in our library of custom tabs available to help maintain information for a specific plant collector.  The Daylily Tab was developed to help meet the needs of documenting and labeling personal collection as well as for display or reference gardens. It is also a helpful educational tool to introduce more people to growing daylilies. To […]

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 Events

Announcing Event Pages for Organizations

Planning a special event, fundraiser, garden tour, plant sale, conference, or even a webinar? Organization profiles can now create Event pages that display as a calendar of events section on their profile pages. Visitors to your profile can see your most recently added events and ‘view more’ to browse or search for your events by date, category, and […]

Announcing a new updated look and feel to Plants Map organization profiles

Based on user feedback, our organization profiles needed a unique and different look and feel to them that would set them apart from the profiles of individual users on Plants Map. Today we are happy to introduce the new updated look for all organization profiles.  The functionality and edit ability remains the same, but the […]

Plants Map Journal March 2016 Updates

Spring is finally here! We are excited to grow with you this season and we wanted to share a few announcements and highlights of collections and profiles from our community. We try to only send one email each month, and March was busy so this is a little longer than normal. We hope you enjoy […]

Announcing new custom plant detail tabs

Can you answer “Yes” to these questions? Do you know the difference between a Tall Bearded Iris and a Miniature Tall Bearded Iris? Do you count rose petals? Do you know how to measure the DBH of a tree? Do you know the difference between a tetraploid and diploid daylily? Do you keep details on your […]

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 […]

New feature makes it simple to order Plants Map interactive plant labels

It’s now easier than ever to order Plants Map’s interactive plant signs and tags, a durable and attractive solution that can add instant professionalism to any garden. Using the new My Tags page in the My Plants Map section of your profile, you can order tags for as many plants as you want with just […]

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 […]