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.
On the bottom of the edit page of a profile, you will see that Map Tilt has been auto-set to ‘Allow’ on your maps. This allows your maps to have a tilt or side view and a button to rotate the map when you zoom in close enough. If you de-select allow on map tilt, your […]
What can I map on Plants Map? Currently our forms for profiles, plants, collections, subcollections and events allow a map pin location to be added by the user. Learn more. What is the community map? The main ‘MAP’ link in our menu navigation is our community map that only shows plants, collections and profiles that […]
On Plants Map there are 5 types of content that can include pin location information on our maps. All location information provided is optional. The mapping tool also always you to set a location as ‘private’ so that only the you, the profile owner, sees it. When you enter edit mode for any of the following forms […]
At the moment our only ‘data’ forms to add points to our maps are for plants, a garden or plant collection, or location information for profiles. Examples of some profiles with mapped plant collections: Cossey Park Botanical Garden Virginia Big Tree Program Spotsylvania Greenways Initiative We currently use Google Maps but will also be implementing […]