Plants Map hosts botanical collections with tools that solve the challenges of documenting, organizing, mapping, tagging and sharing information about plants.

Start by creating your own ‘My Plants Map’ plant journal and join a growing community of others who share your plant interests.

The easy to learn My Plants Map tools were designed for those who manage public landscapes, and for avid plant collectors, horticulture professionals, community groups, weekend gardeners and more!

Try out My Plants Map and add up to 24 plants and 4 collections for free. Information about premium tiers with additional features can be found on our pricing page.

Add a unique web page for each of your plants with your plant’s story, photos, notes, growing details and reference links all in one place.

Our plant labels have something you won’t find on other tags: a QR code that directly connects your plants to a smartphone or mobile device.

Use the map tools to create a private map or display a public map for your visitors. You can map plants, collections, and your connections.

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Plants Map E-Journal August 2020

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As we draw near to the end of the summer and our growing season, I wanted to share with you some content to help you relax, unwind, and enjoy.  
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Help With Plant Names

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Plant names can be confusing. We wanted to explain the three main sources we use to validate a current botanical
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Plants Map E-Journal July 2020

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We made it to the middle of summer and 2020! This month I wanted to share a few things to look forward to so I’ve gathered together some new plant introductions, upcoming virtual events, a 2021 garden trends forecast, and more. Keep growing and I hope you are looking forward to something new blooming in your garden too. We'd love to see you sharing about it on Plants Map.