We’re thrilled to share that we’ve teamed up with Rappahannock Goodwill Industries in Fredericksburg, VA and are now sharing space with other local companies in their Collaboration Zone. Over the next couple of months, the Plants Map team will be training workers at Goodwill to use our computers and laser engraving equipment to produce our […]
Let us show you how to get started and answer your questions about Plants Map! NOTE: Our last weekly scheduled 4pm ET live demo will be December 11, 2018. Please feel free to Contact Us if you would like to schedule a live demo session for you or your organization. We invite you to watch our series of […]
Create your own plant library using My Plants Map to share the story of your plants with others. We host a unique web page for each of your plants that include your plant’s story, photos, notes, growing details and reference links all in one place. Create and map collections to help organize your plants.
You can view plants in a photo grid or in a list view within your My Plants Map page or when viewing plants, collections, or subcollections of other profiles. Look for this icon to toggle between the photo grid view and the list view.You will find this icon: On the top of your ‘My Plants Map’ page […]
How to leave and review comments on news feed posts and plant pages.
There are a couple of ways to include links to your other social accounts such as Twitter, Facebook or to your own website or blog from your Plants Map profile page. After you Sign In, from the top drop down Profile menu click on My Profile or one of your Organization Profiles and click the […]
Our stakes are made out of aluminum. They are anodized with a protective black coating. The stakes are 20″ long with a point on one end and a 1″ 3/4″ bend on the top. The cut ends of the aluminum are not anodized because they are cut to length after they are coated. The bend on top […]
New Features: Post News, Add Comments, Plant List View, PDF Download Post News – You can now ‘Post’ what’s new and growing in your world to the Plants Map community at the top of the Home page News section feed. Your post will then show at the top of the News section on the Home […]
I am very pleased to announce that we have donated the remaining Plants Map tags to Cossey Botanical Park Arboretum. I believe every landscape is an opportunity to share information with others by telling the stories of the plants from our own experiences with them. In January 2014 when we launched Plants Map at Startup Weekend […]