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 […]

If you are not able to upload an image file it may be that you are trying to upload a file that is not an accepted web friendly type of file. The only type of image files that can be uploaded and will render well are those formats that end in jpeg (or jpg), tiff, or […]

Can organization profiles connect with other organizations? Yes, you can include in your organization’s network other organizations that may be affiliated with your organization in some way, such as chapters or display gardens. Things to know: Organizations can only be connections to other organizations. The can not be assigned a role as an administrator or owner. […]

Plantsmap.com profiles were built as a way to help solve the challenges of documenting plant information and plant lists. Plants Map has been adopted as tool for educational outreach and enhanced visitor engagement for both public and private landscapes. But did you know that we have also built some pretty awesome features for organization profiles […]

  We do not suggest using the tree mounting hardware with our smaller branch tags that have a pre-drilled hole on the side. Our branch tags were designed to be used on shrubs or smaller, young trees to hang from a branch with our ski tag attachment. If you use the tree hardware with a tag, […]

No App Needed for Plants Map We are regularly asked where to download our app in the Apple Store and the Google Play store for iPhones and Android phones. You don’t need to do that. Simply visit the site in your browser to view the site, to sign up or to sign in. We do not […]

We are often asked if Plants Map can sync with other databases or if we can import plants into an individual profile or organization profile. The short answer is, “Yes.” For most of our organization users, Plants Map is sufficient for their data storage and record keeping and instead of using another database or mapping […]