Plants Map joined APGA because we share a common interest in promoting the important role that public landscapes and gardens play in our communities.

We host plant collections and free web pages for individual plants and our interactive plant tags link to the unique pages for each plant where you can share the story with your visitors.

  • 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.

How are public gardens using Plants Map?

We just posted a list of 10 ways that public gardens are using Plants Map. We would love to see your garden listed. Here are a few links to profiles for different types of users of the site:

We are excited to be exhibitors at the APGA conference in a few weeks. We invite you to stop by to talk with us about how we can work together to promote your public horticulture initiatives.


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