We wanted to share some of the photos we have started to collect and receive of Plants Map tags and signs. We would love to see your tags and signs in use in your landscape or botanical collection. Here’s 3 ways to send them to us:
- Post them to your own Plantsmap.com plant or collection pages
- Use our social hashtags #plantsmap or #myplantsmap on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram
- E-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org
We will add them to our Plantsmap.com collection: Connecting People With Plants.
Did you know when you see a plant on Plantsmap.com with a QR code icon in the corner of the cover photo that means it has a Plants Map tag or sign?
This is to help profile owners and visitors know what has been identified in a landscape or a botanical collection using Plants Map.
Below are a few examples of the many places you might find Plants Map tags and signs in use. Click on the photo to visit and follow their profile page. Also visit our Plantsmap.com collection: Connecting People With Plants for more photos.
Gardens, parks, trails and other public landscapes
Universities, colleges and schools