Plants Map New Features Webinar recorded on July 12, 2019 – My Plant Finder for individual, organization and resource profiles.

Plants Map New Features Webinar recorded on May 31, 2019 – Subscription Tiers launched and new features coming soon.

Plants Map New Features Webinar recorded on May 3, 2019 – Watch how to use our new Plant Finder, Core Plants, and Buy It Plants features.  

On the bottom of the edit page of a profile, you will see that Map Tilt has been auto-set to ‘Allow’ on your maps. This allows your maps to have a tilt or side view and a button to rotate the map when you zoom in close enough. If you de-select allow on map tilt, your […]

What can I map on Plants Map? Currently our forms for profiles, plants, collections, subcollections and events allow a map pin location to be added by the user. Learn more. What is the community map? The main ‘MAP’ link in our menu navigation is our community map that only shows plants, collections and profiles that […]

Have you ever wished that someone would give you Plants Map tags or signs as a gift? We have received many inquiries from users if we had such a gifting process in place. We have created a simple ‘Drop A Hint’ form so that you can let others know that you would like a gift […]

Connecting People With Horticulture Jobs was launched in October 2017. We regularly receive requests by our users to share their position openings and felt this would be a great resource to add to our site.  Postings can include part-time and full-time paid positions, temporary or seasonal help, as well as volunteer and internship opportunities. Categories […]

It has recently come to our attention that some users have experienced problems with some Plants Map features when using the Internet Explorer web browser. Since March 2015, Internet Explorer has not been updated or supported by Microsoft and it has been replaced with Microsoft Edge and Windows 10 Mobile. If you are having problems […]

Plantsmap.com is excited to welcome the National Wildlife Federation to our community and resources section.  The National Wildlife Federation Garden for Wildlife program helps people restore habitat and wildlife populations to cities, towns and neighborhoods. The program has been educating and empowering people to turn their own backyards or community landscapes into thriving habitats for birds, […]