We invite America in Bloom participants to share your story of planting community pride on Plantsmap.com
Plantsmap.com is a website community that hosts botanical collections with tools that solve the challenges of documenting, organizing, mapping, tagging and sharing information about plants.
The easy-to-learn My Plants Map tools have wide appeal among a diversity of users from those that manage public landscapes to avid plant collectors and weekend gardeners. Organization profiles can create a network of volunteers, members and community supporters.
To Begin Connecting People With your AIB Planting Pride Story:
Step 1: Sign-up and then choose add organization to establish an organization profile. Learn more about features of an organization profile
Watch Our Video: How to Add An Organization to Plants Map
Step 2: Begin your custom My Plants Map digital plant library for your visitors and audience by creating a collection and adding plants.
- Begin your own My Plants Map digital plant library with up to 24 plants and 4 collections.
- Premium tiers with enhanced services can be found on our pricing page.
We encourage you to use your photos and growing notes to create a story that is unique for your visitors and audience.
Step 3: Acting as your organization profile, visit the American in Bloom profile on Plantsmap.com at plantsmap.com/organizations/americainbloom and choose Connect to send a request to be added to their network.
Step 4: Share your new Plants Map profile link with your audience and visitors via your social channels, email campaigns, website and other outreach efforts. All of our custom plant pages can also be shared and used in your social campaigns. Learn more about how to use Plantsmap.com in your growth marketing.
As a supporter of America in Bloom, Plants Map has created a custom America in Bloom template option that displays the AIB logo on our interactive tags and signs to communicate to everyone who visits your community that you are an AIB participant. There is no customization fee for this template. Learn more about our tag and signs at info.plantsmap.com/tags.