Recently Beth Billstrom kicked off a ‘Growing Now 2015’ series of virtual summer garden tours featured on her website More Than Oregano. I was invited to be the Week 5 Garden Tour and I have shared a few of my favorite collections and plants from my home landscape here on my Plants Map profile. Please […]

We are launching a redesigned Plants Map website on June 9. The current site will be down for a few hours while we make the transition. We estimate that this will happen between 1 a.m. EST and 5 a.m. EST on Tuesday, June 9. All of your plants, photos, gardens, collections, and organizations will be migrated […]

Celebrate Arbor Day Every Day

Arbor Day is celebrated nationally in the U.S. on the last Friday in April each year. But for me, I think about celebrating and appreciating trees year round.

Hello everyone! Where did February go? It passed so fast we almost forgot to write our monthly update! Are you counting down the days to March 20th like us? Before we get started, we want to thank and welcome the many new profiles grow the community of people interested in plants and gardens. If you […]

Happy New Year! January 15 marked Plants Map’s first anniversary! We sincerely thank all of our early adopters and supporters who helped us grow.  We look forward to continuing to develop PlantsMap.com with you. Spring is around the corner and there is no better time to create a profile and share what you are growing. Throughout […]

“A gardener’s best tool is the knowledge from previous seasons.” – A. Tomolonis December is here! Perhaps you are reflecting on last year’s growing season or thinking with anticipation about next years plans. Well, now would be a great time to add your favorite plants from 2014 and start a wish list for 2015. Have you visited […]

Do you connect with trees? What is Plants Map? Plants Map will guest host #Treechat on December 16 at 2pm ET on Twitter. We will be talking about Plants Map and how we want to connect people with plants and trees. We also want to invite you to share about how you connect with trees. Here’s a sample of […]

I was asked by Adam Cortell from Digging The Garden and Bren Haas from BGGarden.com to be a guest on their new social venture called Garden Chatter. I joined Ronald Elardo from Whadyacallit Gardening, Bren and Adam for a Google Hangout on Tuesday night to talk about conifers. Though I’m relatively new to gardening I do now share […]

Gardener and Back To My Garden podcast host Dave Ledoux talked to Tracy Blevins about her inspiration to create Plants Map.  Listen now to Gardeners Have Short Memories and Long Pencils. Tracy and Dave discussed how she uses Plants Map to organize garden notes and plant photos, her favorite gardening resource books, the pains of […]