We are launching a redesigned Plants Map website on June 9. The current site will be down for a few hours while we make the transition. We estimate that this will happen between 1 a.m. EST and 5 a.m. EST on Tuesday, June 9. All of your plants, photos, gardens, collections, and organizations will be migrated […]

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 […]

Updated April 3, 2018 Plantsmap.com is a website community that hosts botanical collections with customized tools that solve the challenges of documenting, organizing, mapping, tagging and sharing information about plants. The easy to learn My Plants Map tools have wide appeal among a diversity of users from those that manage public landscapes to avid plant […]

Thanks to the dedicated work of Dr. Annkatrin Rose – “Keeper Of Plant The List” – and botany teacher at Appalachian State University, you can now tour the Daniel Boone Native Gardens on Plants Map. While creating an inventory of the collections and plants in the Boone, NC gardens, they have made this invaluable resource accessible […]

Note: This is the first of 2 journal posts about creating and maintaining a tree inventory. There are numerous reasons to make a tree inventory. Starting with good tree identification and an inventory list, you can: Determine and increase the environmental impact of trees in your community. Improve the process of planting and maintaining trees. Assess the […]

Chicago’s historic Graceland Cemetery is providing visitors a unique way to connect with its renowned beauty by using PlantsMap.com to provide interactive self-guided tours showing photographs and details about the trees in the park-like “Cemetery of Architects.” Graceland recently became a certified arboretum, and staff there quickly realized there was a demand for a digital […]

We ship tag orders via the U.S. Postal Service.  Shipping prices vary with weight of the parcel in ounces or pounds and delivery location. To cover basic handling and materials, our minimum shipping charge is $10, and as shipping rates increase, we increase our shipping charge in $5 increments. So if, for instance, the USPS […]

PlantsMap.com is mobile website built to host plant collections in a social community format. Our ‘data’ forms are to add plants, a garden or plant collection, or a user profile. An optional feature is the ability to order from your profile our tags and signs that a connect to your plants hosted on Plants Map. We […]