is excited to support the ArbNet Accreditation Program started by The Morton Arboretum. ArbNet was created as a way to establish and share a widely recognized set of industry standards and guidelines to unify the arboretum community.

We are inviting ArbNet Accredited Arboreta, or those that wish to become accredited, to digitally document their plantings with our My Plants Map tools and connect with the ArbNet profile on Plants Map.

  • Begin your own My Plants Map digital plant library with up to 24 plants and 4 collections.
  • Premium tiers with enhanced services can be found on our pricing page.

Featured Profile Journals of ArbNet Accredited Arboretum:

Step 1:  Sign-up and then choose add organization to establish an organization profile. Learn more about features of an organization profile or Watch Video: How to Add An Organization to Plants Map

Step 2: Acting as your organization profile, visit the ArbNet profile on at and choose Connect to send a request to be added to their network and map.

Step 3: Begin your custom My Plants Map digital plant library for your visitors and audience by adding plantsWe encourage you to use your photos and growing notes to create a story that is unique for your visitors and audience.

Step 4: Share your new Plants Map profile link with your audience and visitors via your social channels, email campaigns, website and other outreach efforts. All of our custom plant pages can also be shared and used in your social campaigns. Learn more about how to use in your growth marketing.

Additional Features Available:

Attend A Demo:

We invite you to join one of our weekly demos on Tuesdays at 4pm ET to watch and learn how to get started and ask any questions. You can also contact Tracy Blevins if you would like to schedule a demo for you or your team or if you have any questions on getting started.

We look forward to sharing your ArbNet accredited arboretum story via Plants Map!

Watch Our Video: How to Add An Organization to Plants Map