New feature makes it simple to order Plants Map interactive plant labels

LongleafPine2It’s now easier than ever to order Plants Map’s interactive plant signs and tags, a durable and attractive solution that can add instant professionalism to any garden.

Using the new My Tags page in the My Plants Map section of your profile, you can order tags for as many plants as you want with just a few clicks.

My Tags can automatically tell our tag-making software what information from your plant profiles you would like to print on your tags.

Choose from one of three different templates for your tag or sign layout, and specify exactly what information should go on every line. You can do this just as quickly for a collection of 200 rose varieties as you can for a single tree you want to label.

In addition to your custom-selected information on each line of your tag or signs, Plants Map tags and signs have the added benefit of being interactive. We generate a QR code on each tag that links anyone with a smartphone or mobile device to your plant’s specific Plants Map profile. So the story of your plants can be told right there in the garden.

Tag_Stake_Cloudy_Way“Our tags make an impression. That’s what I continually hear from gardeners and garden professionals around the country,” said Plants Map co-founder Bill Blevins. “We think it should be as easy as possible to order our tags–especially for large collections that can be daunting to label. The My Tags tool on Plants Map is designed to do just that.”

The My Tags tool allows Plants Map users to add plants to their tag order form from individual plant pages, from the list of plants on your My Plants Map page or directly from the My Tags page.

Once you are happy with how everything looks on your My Tags plant list, send it to us and we will make you a proof. Review your price quote and approve the proof and we will make your tags and signs.

For full instructions on using this easy tool, read our help article about ordering tags and signs.

To get started organizing your garden information and connecting with a wider world of gardens, start a Plants Map profile today.