The first day of spring is quickly approaching next month on March 20th. Are you ready? Here are a few ways to use Plants Map as the growing season begins:
- How to make a wish list collection.
- How to plan and organize your vegetable garden.
- How to create event pages for flower shows, plant sales, garden tours and more.
News & Updates:
Collections as Plant List Solutions: We are launching a campaign to help garden centers, plant vendors, and nurseries learn how to use the free My Plants Map tools to create a mobile-friendly digital plant solution list for consumers. We will be doing a series of demos in March on this topic. To RSVP or to learn more visit: info.plantsmap.com/hort.
Changes to our pricing for Tags and Signs: We’ve reviewed all of our orders from the past year and have thought about the questions we’ve received from our users and customers. Beginning 3/1/2017 pricing on each item will increase, but we will be implementing a discount based on the total order price and we are also going to change to a simple flat rate charge for shipping and handling. Please visit our info.plantsmap.com/tags for more details.
Our new Media Kit is now available for download. We invite brands, products and businesses to become advertising sponsors of our website and e-newsletter to support the educational outreach efforts of our community. Be a part of connecting more people with more plants.
Plants Map is now a supporting member of the National Garden Bureau whose purpose is to educate, inspire, and motivate people to increase their use of plants in their homes, gardens, and workplaces. Learn more about their New Varieties program and ‘Year of the’ campaigns.
Thank you to Maria Zampini of UpShoot LLC for including us in a recent ‘Let Your Fingers Do the Walking’ article in Lawn & Garden Retailer and also in her February E-Newsletter about new garden related products, plants and books.
The Plants Map Team
Connecting People With Plants