How to make seed packets with Plantsmap.com links






I wanted to share my way of making seed packets that includes using a link to plants on Plants Map for more information. I try to squeeze what I can on an envelope label, but there is always so much more information with photos that can be shared from one of our digital plant profiles. […]

Advertising and Product Promotion Guidelines on Plants Map






Thank you for your interest in advertising or promoting your content on Plants Map.  We have established these guidelines to help with your advertising goals on our website and to provide a safe, enjoyable, positive experience for our visitors and user. We reserve the right to decline or remove any content or ad that does […]

Growing Garden Trends 2017






Take a futuristic journey with us as we look ahead at some of the predicted 2017 gardening and growing trends from around the web.   Greenery 2017 Color of the Year – PANTONE To every landscape designers joy, PANTONE announced that Greenery (PANTONE 15-0343) would be the 2017 Color of the Year. Described as a […]

Lansdowne Farm’s botanical history: plants preserve memories






Stories stream from Barbara Backus as she strolls the grounds of Lansdowne Farm, the property where she and her husband, Curtis, live in Fredericksburg, Va. From the farm’s history to the various iris, dahlia and daylily beds spread about the property, there’s no shortage of material. But that doesn’t mean that the botanical details of […]

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Plants Map In The Media






A round-up of news stories, blog posts and podcasts from across the internet that mention or feature Plants Map. Thank you for the write-ups! 10 Great Websites For Landscapers & Gardeners – Ross NW Watergardens (November 2016) New tools of the trade – Garden Center Magazine (October 2016) Enjoy a Botanical Garden of Old Florida – […]

2016 Best Nine on Instagram from Plants Map






The following plants were our most popular #2016bestnine photos on Instagram from @PlantsMap.  Photos were taken by co-founders Tracy and Bill Blevins. See more photos and learn the stories behind these #2016bestnine plants below. #1 Southern Red Oak – Our subject of tree envy. 40 photos. #2 Tall Joe Pye Weed – Sharing the spotlight […]