Signs of an early spring are popping up in gardens, landscapes, and on Plants Map too. As we get ready to spring forward, we wanted to share our recent news and updates with you including early spring gardening tips, garden trends, and more. Let’s get ready for a beautiful spring season arriving soon!
We’ve selected our favorite landscape design trends, plant trends and consumer horticulture trends for your 2020 growing season.
Signs of an early spring are popping up all around us. But what are some of the dos and don’ts of early spring gardening? Tracy Blevins of Plants Map and Ted Schubel of Town Talk discuss tasks that you can get started on now, things to wait on, and other ways to keep your spring fever under control.
PlantsMap.com January 2020 Ejournal: Montezuma Orchard Restoration Project, Think Spring – Groundhog Day, Bloom! Plant Mash-Up Contest, Blue Flowers, Preventing Winter Damage, Pruning Tips, Vegetable Garden Planning and more.
As 2019 comes to a close, we would like to say thank you to all of our Plants Map community members, supporters, and followers. For our final E-Journal of this year, we are including a look back at our 2019 featured profiles, articles, and other announcements. We look forward to another year of growing with you and wish you beautiful and prosperous New Year!
With the announcement of Classic Blue as the 2020 PANTONE Color of the Year, the search is now on to find a list of blue flowers that will enhance our gardens, landscapes and interior spaces. But did you know that a blue pigment in blue flowers has yet to be found as naturally occurring.
PlantsMap.com November 2019 Ejournal News and Updates: New Help Desk, Rady Park Arboretum, AAS Landscape Design Challenge, American Forests, Tokens for Trees, Monarch Ultra, Giving Tuesday, Poinsettia Day, and more
PlantsMap.com October 2019 Ejournal News and Updates: Tokens for Trees, Ships of the Sea Garden, Monarch Ultra, NGB Future of Gardening Survey, AIB Winners, Grants and Fundraising Tools, and more.
From Savannah Now: The free garden at the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum in downtown Savannah has long offered a lunchtime oasis for office workers and a shaded respite for tired tourists. Now it’s upping its game by also offering a little educational interaction.
Change is in the air! We hope you are enjoying a beautiful start to Autumn. New community map search filters and near me results, Follow the Monarch Ultra, Fall Foliage Updates, NGB 2020 Campaigns, AIB People’s Choice Voting, and more.