Our Plants Map plant finder tool allows users to select a filter to search for plants to visit. To be visible in the plant finder plants to visit filter an organization profile must 1) choose to have the public landscape setting on and 2) have plants that are mapped as publicly visible within their profile.
The Plants Map Plant Finder search tool launched is an enhanced search page to find plant profiles based on the search criteria and filters that you choose. The purpose of the plant finder is to allow visitors and users the ability to discover the best plant profiles based on their interests and to provide core plants that users can add to their own profile to begin a plant list.
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.
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 […]
The intention of Plantsmap.com was that all of the profiles and content that are created are added to the site live so that it is a growing website of information overtime. We do not have a feature to save a profile, plants, or collections as a draft and then publish later. The idea is that the […]
This was a great question from one of our users. We can move or copy plants to a new profile upon request from the current owner of the plants. Plants with tags or signs can be redirected to the new owner as well. We suggest the following for residential properties: Organize your My Plants Map […]
No, you do not need to have a tag for every plant in your garden or in your My Plants Map library. Plantsmap.com was created as a way to create a digital plant library to document as many of your individual plants that you want using the My Plants Map section once you create a […]
I always like to keep a list of potential plants that I may want to add to my landscape. For years I kept spreadsheets or scribbled lists that I would carry with me or most of the time forget and leave at home. I never seemed to have my ‘wish list’ with me when I […]