February 2015 Journal Update: Countdown to Spring!

Hello everyone! Where did February go? It passed so fast we almost forgot to write our monthly update! Are you counting down the days to March 20th like us? Before we get started, we want to thank and welcome the many new profiles grow the community of people interested in plants and gardens. If you […]

How To Digitally Plan & Organize Your Vegetable Garden

Have you ever wanted to save all the information about your vegetable garden in one place and take with you wherever you go? I wanted to share with you how I use Plantsmap.com to save a binder’s worth of growing information about my vegetable garden on my smartphone, tablet or computer. I start with gathering together all the […]

What does it mean that Plants Map Tags connect to social gardens & plants?

Plants Map connects people with plants by providing a social network of profiles with their hosted plant collections and information about specific plants that can be shared with others. We host your plant pages under your profile so that you can also share them to other social websites and create an engaged audience on Plants Map. […]

Ideas to deter theft of plant signs in public gardens

Plants Map signs can be attached to 20″ aluminum stakes. Some public gardens that we work with have a method of putting the end of their stakes in a can, like a coffee can and then filling it with concrete and then burying the can. Believe it or not, we’ve heard of this method from […]

Is a Link to the Organization Website Embedded on the Plants Map Tag or Sign QR Code?

We are often asked what is embedded in the QR code on Plants Map Tags and Signs. The QR code holds the URL to the webpage for the plant profile created by you under your profile on Plants Map. When scanned by a QR reader it shows your unique plant webpage and any information you provided. You […]

Do I Send You The QR code to use on Plants Map Tags And Signs?

When a plant is added to Plants Map, the QR code is automatically generated using the URL for that specific plant webpage that was just created. Each Plants Map Tag and Sign uses a QR code that links to the web page for your unique plant. You do not need create your own QR codes […]

What Is Embedded In The QR Code On Plants Map Tags And Signs?

After you add a plant to Plants Map, that plant information and photos will live permanently on a webpage on the site. The link or URL for that plant web page is what we use to create the QR Code on the interactive Plants Map Tags and Signs. When a visitor to your garden scans […]

Plants Map Journal: January Update

Happy New Year! January 15 marked Plants Map’s first anniversary! We sincerely thank all of our early adopters and supporters who helped us grow.  We look forward to continuing to develop PlantsMap.com with you. Spring is around the corner and there is no better time to create a profile and share what you are growing. Throughout […]