A summary of updates and new features released as of August 18, 2018.  Plant Finder Search: In August we will launch a new search tool called the Plant Finder. This tool will be available to anyone that visits the site or is a user of the site to enhance their ability to search for plants […]

By Emily Murphy, author of Grow What You Love and passthepistil.com   All-America Selections (AAS) has organized a host of display gardens across North America from which we can all learn and discover the plants bringing gardeners the greatest success. Founded in 1932, AAS is the first and only independent, non-profit organization testing plants before they emerge […]

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.

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 […]

Ever wonder how Allan Armitage keeps track of all the many plants in the ArmiGarden? Thank you for the video! Be sure to follow Dr. Armitage on Plantsmap.com at www.plantsmap.com/organizations/dr-allan-armitage and also download Armitage’s Great Garden Plants App (Google Play & iTunes). With a passion for sharing plant stories, Allan Armitage removes the mystery of growing plants Interactive QR […]

Once we have completed your plant tag order there are two ways that we mark the plants to help remind you that you have previously ordered a tag or sign for that plant. When you view your plant pages now there will be a small QR code icon within the cover photo portion of the […]