What are interactive plant labels?

Plants Map makes it easy and affordable to order custom, interactive plant tags or signs. They also have something you won’t find on other tags – a QR code that directly connects your plants to a smartphone. You can scan the code to edit notes and add photos to the plant page. Visitors to your garden can scan to read the story of your plant and see photos of it in all seasons.

Now anyone can add attractive, long-lasting plant identification to any landscape or plant collection.

To get started, sign up and add a few plants and then you can order custom tags that link to those plant pages. Learn more: What is Plants Map?

Products and Prices

Tags

$4.00 each

Plant Tags

Signs

$6.00 each

Plant Sign

Stakes

12″ Short stake –  $4.50 each

20″ Long stake –  $6.25 each

Plant Tag Stake

  • Black anodized aluminum stake
  • Options: 3M VHB permanent adhesive strips or removable 3M Dual Lock™ strips.
  • To only order our stakes and tree hardware sets please use this form.

Tree Mount Hardware Set

$1.50 each
Tree Hardware Collage

  • All components are stainless steel.
  • Set includes 2 washers, 1 spring, and 1 #10 deck screw
  • The #10 deck screw is 2.5″ long, 3/16″ diameter and has a T-25 star head
  • See Best Way to Attach An ID Sign.
  • To only order our stakes and tree hardware sets please use this form.

Quantity discounts and shipping

  • 5% discount on orders of $350 or more (subtotal before tax and shipping)
  • 10% discount on orders of $1200 or more (subtotal before tax and shipping)
  • $15 Shipping and Handling on all orders within the Contiguous United States
    • FedEx to commercial addresses
    • USPS to residential addresses
  • We will provide a quote for the shipping cost for orders sent outside of the Contiguous United States

Can I customize the tag or sign?

How do I begin an order?

  • Start your digital plant library using My Plants Map
  • Need a quick start? We can import your plants to your My Plants Map profile.
  • Next use our My Tags tool to begin your order of interactive plant tag

Can I get a sample tag?

  • Would you like a sample tag? Cover the cost and we’ll drop one in the mail today!

Plants Map Tag price: $4.50 (including shipping)  



  • Would you like a Sample Box that has one of everything we sell?
    • 2 “Franklin Tree” Tags – with and without a hole
    • 2 “Dawn Redwood” Signs – with and without a hole
    • 1 Long Stake & 1 Short Stake
    • 1 Tree Hardware Set
    • 1 Ski Tie

Sample box price: $25 (including shipping)  



Need more help?

We highly encourage you to attend a live demo on Tuesdays at 4pm ET. This will help to quickly orient you with all of our features of the My Plants Map tools.

We have an extensive ‘Help’ section with posts that answer questions about our tags and signs and many other Plants Map questions. When people ask a new question, we try to write a blog post to answer that questions because we know that if we haven’t made it clear, then others probably have the same question!


We’ve completed our transition to having Goodwill Industries handle our inventory, printing and shipping. This is a great partnership and a win-win for both Plants Map as we continue to grow, and for the people participating in the job skills training program through Goodwill. Click to read more about our partnership.

Would you like a sample interactive Plants Map tag? Cover the cost and we’ll drop one in the mail today!

Price: $4.50 (includes shipping)





We have made up sample boxes with one of each of the items that we sell. Free shipping.

The box includes:

  • 2 “Franklin Tree” Tags – with and without a hole
  • 2 “Dawn Redwood” Signs – with and without a hole
  • 1 Long Stake
  • 1 Short Stake
  • 1 Tree Hardware Set
  • 1 Ski Tie.

Price: $25





Testimonials

Thanks fo much for all your help putting together my tag/stake order! Your tags are beautiful and add such a special, informative touch to our garden. Warm Regards, Pat

Pat Holder Lifelong gardener, Asheboro, NC May 30, 2016

The East Tennessee State University Arboretum recently worked with Plants Map on an order of 500 tree ID signs (the large signs, approximately 4 ¾ x 3 ¼ inches). This was a complex order, because our signs include common name, botanical name, plant family, and natural distribution for each species. We paid the extra set-up fee and included our University logo. The Plants Map signs also included the square Quick Response (QR) Code that link to our online plants pages. Throughout the order and production process, Bill Blevins and the other staff at Plants Map were quick to respond to all of our questions, requests, and concerns. The editing process went smoothly and we were able to review and approve the proofs before the signs were made. The production was done on an efficient time schedule. The signs are excellent. They were carefully packed and shipped. All were received in good condition. I am pleased with the high quality of the signs. They are neat, easily legible, and attractive. We used the long stakes from Plants Map and added one rivet to reinforce the adhesive provided with the stakes. I have recommended these signs to other Arboreta and would also recommend them to individual gardeners and tree lovers for their personal collections. Not only are they great quality in anodized aluminum signs, but they are also provided at a lower cost than offered by other sign companies.

Besides their excellent plant label signs, the other big advantage of the Plants Map system is their on-line plant lists which are posted on PlantsMap.com at no additional charge. For the ETSU Arboretum, we have posted photos of some 450 trees and shrubs in our campus plantings. We've added selected links with each tree species name and photos, which link to in-depth information on each species or cultivar provided by trusted botanical websites. The Plants Map web pages are designed to make it easy to upload photos and links, and their staff assisted us in bulk uploads to our online list.

Plants Map fills a unique niche in the sphere of botanical gardens, arboreta, and home gardens. They provide top-quality signs and incorporate these with excellent on-line plant species listings. Their signs are less expensive than others of this quality, and their service is first-rate. The option to include photos, stories and links at one's own Plants Map garden listing is tremendous. The direct QR code link from the signs to the online plant list is a key function. I recommend Plants Map to anyone who wishes to document, label and share information on their living botanical collections, gardens, or arboreta.

Dr. Tim McDowell Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN PlantsMap.com, Interactive Tags & Signs October 6, 2017

"Best Present Ever!!" My husband's reaction to the Plants Map signs I gave him for Xmas. No one gets in our front door without a tour of his "signs." Best gift ever 💜

Melody Van Ess Cave Creek, AZ May 24, 2017

I love having all the trees identified. We have a bit of property and have purchased a number of combination trees. It was impossible to keep track of what was what. Now, we can not only see all the different varieties but I can track their location on the Plants Map website. Everyone always wants to know where I got the great tags!!!

Elizabeth Grasso Homeowner May 24, 2017

When I order (usually at the last minute for some event) they are immediately there electronically to help with always good input and spirit! I really appreciate how fast the "proof" is reviewed by staff and how changes if needed are quickly communicated. Plantsmap cares about our mission of public education in the herb garden. More visitors commented or were seen with phones looking at the herb signs this year at the herb garden during the annual Louisa Heritage Day in April. With the QR codes it makes it so easy to add and edit each entry. Every year we add to the signs identifying herbs, plants, and trees and we can see that the public uses and enjoys them.

Deb Field Coordinator for the Louisa Herb Guild, Louisa County Historical Society June 22, 2017