It won’t be long now until spring! This month we are excited to share with you some garden trends, new plant introductions and more. Let’s dig in!
News & Updates:
A virtual look ahead: Growing Garden Trends 2018 by Tracy Blevins
New Plants: Plant Introductions Collection by Upshoot Hort and 2018 New Plants Collection by the American Horticultural Society
Add some Olympic spirit to your garden: Bring home the bronze, silver and gold to your landscape by Tracy Blevins
New Help Article: Keeping track of Plants Map tags and signs you have ordered
America in Bloom: February 28 is the registration deadline to get your community involved in the 2018 America in Bloom Program.
Shamrocks, Potatoes, and Cabbage: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 17.
Looking forward to Spring? Spring begins on March 20th. Grow your events on Plantsmap.com.
Now Hiring? List your full time, part time, seasonal help, internships, or volunteer opportunities on jobs.plantsmap.com.
See more posts from the Plants Map community news feed
New species of conifer: The Ulleungdo hemlock recently discovered may already be endangered | National Geographic
Canine conservation: Border Collies help seed bomb forests from the Mother Nature Network
How plants manage stormwater: Start with rain gardens, green roofs and preserving floodplains with native vegetation from American Rivers
More to Explore
Our February 2018 cover photo feature is
Crocus chrysanthus ‘Cream Beauty’
by Marble Gardens
Sustain-a-Tree at the Historic Gold Medal Orchard
By Montezuma Orchard Restoration Project
Four Seasons Resorts Lana’i
Lanai City, HI
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