Plants Map tags and signs in use at arboreta, commercial landscapes, schools, gardens, and more.

Updated January 8, 2018 The QR code engraved on Plants Map signs and tags is simply an image or picture that your smartphone can turn into website address. Just like you might type google.com into your browser to go to do a search at Googe, with a QR code, you would scan the code and […]

We are often asked what is embedded in the QR code on Plants Map Tags and Signs. The QR code holds the URL to the webpage for the plant profile created by you under your profile on Plants Map. When scanned by a QR reader it shows your unique plant webpage and any information you provided. You […]

When a plant is added to Plants Map, the QR code is automatically generated using the URL for that specific plant webpage that was just created. Each Plants Map Tag and Sign uses a QR code that links to the web page for your unique plant. You do not need create your own QR codes […]

After you add a plant to Plants Map, that plant information and photos will live permanently on a webpage on the site. The link or URL for that plant web page is what we use to create the QR Code on the interactive Plants Map Tags and Signs. When a visitor to your garden scans […]

Updated on January 8, 2018 We’ve manufactured thousands of interactive plant tags and signs that use quick response codes known as “QR Codes” that link to pages on PlantsMap.com. We check every QR code before we ship our tags and signs but occasionally get comments from users that their QR code readers don’t work. While many […]