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Landscape Architects & Designers: Sign Up To Test Our New Professional Plant Portal - Receive Use of System For Free!

We're Looking for Landscape Architects & Designers to Test Our New Plant Portal - Contact Us to Learn More!

Communicate With Your Customers About Plants Before, During & After The Design Process.

Coming Soon: Our online Professional Plant Portal focuses on communicating and sharing information about the plants you’ll be using in your design.

Photo Courtesy Zinnia Designs

Before:

  1. Communicate about plant choices (through Plant Portal).
  2. Share a list of all the plants in your design (through Plant Portal).

During:

  1. Create garden design as you normally would.

After:

  1. Take pictures of the finished planting in client’s yard.
  2. Upload the photos and TAG the plant names to create a photo map (through Plant Portal).
  3. Share the photos with the client.
  4. Create (or use existing) plant care reminders which will automatically be sent to the client each month (through Plant Portal).
  5. Automatically deliver a permanent resource for your clients to manage their plants on the Mulch.

These features will seamlessly let your clients have an intimate knowledge of your design and the plants you choose for them forever!

Design, Share and Connect.

All of the plant information is connected within our system. The plants in the plant encyclopedia, plant lists, photos and plant care are all automatically connected to you and your client. 

Your Client Receives These Services:

You can share your complete plant list, the tagged photos of your work and have it appear on your client’s profile on the Mulch simply by clicking one button. 

Overview: Use Our New Professional Plant Portal for Landscape Architects and Designers to:

  • Make your clients happy.
  • Get NEW customers.
  • Communicate about plant choices.
  • Share a list of all the plants in your design.
  • Take pictures of the finished planting in client’s yard.
  • Upload photos of installed plants and TAG the plant names to create a photo map (through Plant Portal).
  • Share the tagged photos with the client.
  • Create (or use existing) plant care reminders which will automatically be sent to the client each month (through Plant Portal).
  • Market your services: We promote participants and portal members in newsletters, forums, Facebook, Twitter and email blasts.

We're constantly advertising and getting new gardeners to visit and join our website. These members are potential new customers for you.

We have a number of unique features to help promote you and your business - let us help you get started today!

We're Looking for Landscape Architects & Designers to Test Our New Plant Portal - Contact Us to sign up now!

 

Learn More (Below) About Our Plant Care Sharing Feature Can Help Your Gardening Business:

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