This January Plants Map marks six years of Connecting People With Plants. Thank you for continuing to grow with us.
Featured Profile: Montezuma Orchard Restoration Project – An apple revival near Four Corners is restoring hundreds of historic fruits and the local ag economy. Follow Montezuma Orchard Restoration Project on Plants Map.
Think Spring: Spring is just around the corner – or is it? February 2nd is Groundhog Day!
Bloom! Contest: Plant based resources for teachers are now available from Scholastic and SeedYourFuture: Bloom! Learn more about Plants to the Rescue science lessons and a Plant Mash-Up Student Contest (deadline March 6) at http://www.scholastic.com/BLOOM.
Seeing Blue: Pantone announced Classic Blue as their 2020 Color of the Year. Are blue flowers a pigment of our imagination?
Plant Stakes Update: New 20” stakes have arrived! The process for ordering only stakes or tree hardware has been moved to the My Tags order page to simplify the process. All stake or tree hardware orders will now require a sign in to order via your My Tags page.
More to Explore
Our January 202 cover photo feature is
Prunus mume ‘Hokkai Bungo’
- Resources on How to Properly Prune Trees and Shrubs
- Resources to Protect Plants and Gardens from Winter Damage
- How to Grow a Garden from Seed
- How to plan your Vegetable Garden with Plants Map
- Be Mine – Romantic Flowers To Have And To Hold
- Why Are Gardens So Good for the Soul? | Psychology Today
- Plants grow in ashes of Australia fires | BBC News
- Millennials Aren’t Buying Homes, but They Are Spending Thousands on Houseplants | Money
Help Desk: Our archive of help articles, videos and other support materials is being moved from info.plantsmap.com/help/ to a new ‘help desk’ at help.plantsmap.com. This new interactive site will it easier to find help articles and answer your questions. If you can’t find the information you are looking for or would like an online getting started demo, you can still email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
QR Code Readers: Both Android and iOS Apple devices can now scan QR Codes without an app needed by using the built-in camera feature. On iOS Apple devices, go to Settings and then choose camera and turn on the switch for scanning QR Codes. On Android devices, the setting should automatically be set when you update your phone.
Tokens for Trees: Plants Map is continuing to seek organizations that are interested in learning about a new project to build a blockchain service to help fundraise via your trees and conservation related projects. Learn more about Tokens for Trees.
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The Plants Map Team