A summary of Plants Map website updates and new features released as of June 2019.
On June 27th, Plants Map launched a new plus feature with the My Plants Map tools called My Plant Finder. It will be similar to the site-wide Plant Finder tool but with the ability to use the same search criteria only within your own My Plants Map plant library.In addition to the Plant Finder filters, My Plant Finder will also include owner information filters such as plants with or without photos or map locations, alive or dead status, plants within a family or genus, and plants by collections.
Spreading awareness of the important role native plants play in supporting diverse wildlife—and helping people build native landscapes of their own—has been a focus of Prairie Nursery since its founding in 1972.
Plants for endangered pollinators based on the 2019 Pollinator Partnership poster ‘Endangered Pollinators and Their Habitats.’
Plants Map New Features Webinar recorded on May 31, 2019 – Subscription Tiers launched and new features coming soon.
A summary of Plants Map website updates and new features released as of May 2019.
PlantsMap.com E-Journal May 2019 – Subscription Tiers Launch, Welcome Brent and Becky’s Bulbs, Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery, Year of the Salvia, Plants of the Year, Buy It Plants, Gumbo Nature Center, Culinary Institute of America, Hill Country Unit Herb Society, and more
In May, Plantsmap.com introduced new features that take the mission of connecting people with plants even further. The information-rich Plant Finder search tool set the stage for the capability to offer Buy It plants to its website visitors and community.
New Subscription Tiers will launch in May 2019 as way to offer premium features for our users. The paid subscription tiers include Plus, Premium and Resource plans. Visitor access will remain free with no sign-in required. The basic tier allows for a free a free individual or organization profile with limited use of the My Plants Map tools.
The Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery help to care for America’s oldest municipally owned Victorian cemetery. A major focus of the Friends’ assistance is documenting and maintaining about 3,000 trees.