A summary of updates and new features released as of June 16, 2017. New and improved news feed with larger photos accompanying posts and redesign of the feed: plantsmap.com/explore/feeds. (Learn how to post news). Improved sign-up process with only two options as users proceed with next steps: use Plantsmap for your own plants (continue to […]
A summary of updates and new features released as of May 13, 2017. New user ‘stats’ summary on individual and organization profiles showing number of plants, collections, network connections, followers, and following. All stats are clickable shortcut links. New user ability to Post News from their profile page at the top of their ‘News’ section. […]
Each collection or subcollection that you add has a tab section for photos, plants, notes, and a map. The notes tab was created to allow you to keep a list of reminders, completed tasks, observations, to-d0 itmes, and more on a collection or grouping of plants. You can have more than one note on a collection or subcollection. […]
A summary of updates and new features released as of April 21, 2017. Bug fixes and updates made to the My Tags ordering pages. New pricing, products and discounts included in the ordering tool. Improved social sharing toolbar on plants, collections and subcollections with additional options to email, print a pdf, and other choices […]
Collections are a way to organize and create groupings of plants. The collection tool can be used to digitaze a plant solution lists for your consumers, clients, staff, and social audience. They can be short and simple with as few as four plants. [Watch our video: Create a Digital Plant Solution List] To make a […]
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. Learn how to add your plants to get started.
Plants Map is a growing community of horticultural enthusiasts and botanical places. Our free My Plants Map tools, along with our interactive tags and signs, support educational outreach goals for public landscapes, community parks, botanical gardens, arboreta, non-profit organizations, schools, colleges, and other types of plant collections. By advertising with Plants Map you have the opportunity to support our […]