Experts are predicting that this year the autumn colors in New England are likely to be muted, and in drought- and heat-stricken areas of the south, not last long. >> Click here to read an article from the Associated Press about fall color viewing in your area.
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Plantsmap.com is a website community that hosts botanical collections with customized tools that solve the challenges of documenting, organizing, mapping, tagging and sharing information about plants.
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“There’s a hive of PhDs at the University of California at Davis who are working to reinvent food production in the Golden State. Researchers have fanned out across the globe collecting rare plant samples; others are grafting Frankenstein trees and stitching together root systems of plums and peaches to create better almond and walnut trees.” […]
Plant names can be confusing. We wanted to explain the three main sources we use to validate a current botanical
By Emily Murphy, author of Grow What You Love and passthepistil.com All-America Selections (AAS) has organized a host of display gardens across North America from which we can all learn and discover the plants bringing gardeners the greatest success. Founded in 1932, AAS is the first and only independent, non-profit organization testing plants before they emerge […]
Plantsmap.com is excited to welcome the National Wildlife Federation to our community and resources section. The National Wildlife Federation Garden for Wildlife program helps people restore habitat and wildlife populations to cities, towns and neighborhoods. The program has been educating and empowering people to turn their own backyards or community landscapes into thriving habitats for birds, […]