Garden Snapshot

From the Menu in the top right corner, you may select Garden Snapshot. This is a page where you may input general information about your garden and write a short story about your garden. You may also select a picture from your PHOTO GALLERY which will display on the Garden Snapshot page.

In the Garden Snapshot you may enter:

  • Garden Name: the name you’ve given your garden
  • Garden Size: the size of your property
  • Garden Location: where your garden is
  • Climate: how you describe the climate that you garden in
  • Soil: what your soil is like
  • USDA Hardiness Zone: you may select your zone. There is also a link to the USDA Hardiness Zone May if you’re unsure of your zone.
  • Your Garden’s Story: This is a free-form text box that allows you to write a short story about your garden.

 
You may EDIT this page by clicking on the Red Pencil, making changes or additions, and clicking on UPDATE MY GARDEN.  You may CHANGE the picture by clicking on CHANGE PICTURE below the picture that is displayed. You will see all of the pictures available in your Photo Gallery.  Click on the picture of your choice and it will automatically become the picture displayed on the Garden Snapshot page.  You can always go back and change it whenever you like. This is a page that may be shared on social media.

GARDEN SNAPSHOT

Garden Snapshot

GARDEN SNAPSHOT EDIT

Garden Snapshot Edit

How Can I get My Data Out of Muddy Boots Plant Tags?

On the My Account page, below the PLANT AND PICTURE SUMMARY, you will see four EXPORT options.

By clicking on the ‘HERE’ link next to each of the four exports, you may download all of your data.

Plant Records, Journal Notes and Photo Captions are downloaded as CSV text files. CSV files may then be uploaded into almost any spreadsheet product such as Excel. The records in each of these files can be linked together with a unique Plant ID. Keep in mind you must have a level of basic skill with some spreadsheet tool to connect these things together. But the data is all there.

Photos are exported into a compressed zip file. The individual photo files are named after the unique Plant ID so you can link Photo Captions with the actual image files.  If you have a lot of photos in your Muddy Boots Plant Tags account, this may take a several minutes to download.

The downloads are handled based on the settings of your browser. By default, some browsers put download files into a specific folder, such as ‘Downloads’. Those who tend to do more downloading adjust their browser settings so that they are prompted to select a folder for the download rather than accepting the default download folder. The bottom line is that it will export and where it goes when it’s exported is based on your browser settings.

NOTE:  Remember, when you upload photos to Muddy Boot Plant Tags, the image file is resized so it loads quickly when viewed.  Your original file on your computer does not change.  When you EXPORT photos, you will get back the RESIZED image, not the original size. Keep in mind, you uploaded the photos into Muddy Boots Plant Tags so you should still have the originally sized photos on your computer, phone or tablet.

THE EXPORT LINKS AT MY ACCOUNT

My Account

How Much of My Plan Have I Used?

On the My Account page below the UPDATE MY INFO button, you will see a chart that shows you a PLANT AND PICTURE SUMMARY. Based on the count of Total Plants and Total Photos, you’ll see how much of your plan that you have used.

  • The Dogwood Plan allows 500 plants and 5,000 photos.
  • The Oak Plan allows 1,000 plants and 10,000 photos.
  • The Hemlock Plan allows 2,500 plants and 25,000 photos.

 

USAGE INFO AT BOTTOM OF MY ACCOUNT PAGE

My Account

My Account Page

From the Menu in the top right corner, you may select My Account. This is an administrative page with the following information:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Email address
  • Your Plan: the plan that you’ve signed up for. This will be either the Dogwood, Oak, or Hemlock (or free 30 day trial period) Plan, and it indicates how many records and photo you may have in your account.
  • Time Period: The date through which you’ve paid.
  • Credit Card: The last 4 digits of the Credit Card you paid with and its expiration date.

 
You may UPDATE your Name, Address, and Email Address here. Scroll to the bottom of the page and Click UPDATE MY ACCOUNT.

MY ACCOUNT PAGE SCREEN

My Account

View and Search All Photo Records

Your Photos are associated with a Plant Record. You may view Photos for each Plant Record by clicking on the Common Name or Botanical Name for the Plant on the Garden Records Page. You may also VIEW ALL PHOTOS together.

To VIEW all Photos together, from the Menu at the top right corner of the page, select Photos. You will see, displayed in descending order by date, all of the Photos you have uploaded to your Plant Records.

You may SEARCH all Photos by clicking on the Search Box on the left side of the page. Here you may enter the text you’re looking for. The search includes: Photo Title, Caption, Name, Garden Location and Source. Your search results will be displayed in descending order by date.

Photos will be displayed three across in groups of 30 on a page. If you are using a tablet or smart phone, the number displayed across will vary based on the ability of the device.

VIEWING ALL PHOTOS

Viewing All Photos

VIEWING SEARCH RESULTS FROM ALL PHOTOS

Photo Gallery Search Results

View, Search and Sort All Journal Notes

Your Journal Notes are associated with a Plant Record. You may view Journal Notes for each Plant Record by clicking on the Common Name or Botanical Name of the Plant on the Garden Records page. You may also view ALL JOURNAL NOTES together.

To VIEW all Journal Notes together, from the Menu at the top right corner of the page, select JOURNAL. You will see, displayed in descending order by date, all of the Journal Notes you’ve made for all of your Plant Records.

You may SEARCH all Journal Notes by clicking on the Search Box on the left side of the page. Here you may enter the text you’re looking for. The search includes: Names, Journal Note, Keyword, Garden Location and Source. Your results will be displayed in descending order by date.

You may SORT all Journal Notes by Keyword by clicking on any Keyword. It will display all of your Journal Notes in alphabetic order by Keyword.

Journal Notes will be displayed three-across with breaks after each group of 24 Journal Notes. On a tablet or smart phone, the number of Journal Notes across will vary based on the capability of the device.

ALL JOURNAL NOTES

All Journal Notes

JOURNAL NOTES SEARCH

Journal Notes Search

JOURNAL NOTES KEYWORDS SORT

Journal Notes Keyword Sort

Delete a Photo

If you have uploaded a photo, but would like to DELETE this photo, click the Red Pencil on the PICTURE from the Plant View Page or Photos Page. This will take you to a screen that will allow you to modify the data or DELETE the Photo. Go to the bottom of the page and click DELETE THIS PHOTO.

You will be given a warning and you must click YES, DELETE PERMANENTLY. If you change your mind, click on NEVER MIND or NO, DONT DELETE and the picture will not be deleted.

DELETE A PHOTO SCREEN

Delete a Photo

Edit a Photo

If you have uploaded a photo, but would like to modify or add to the information, click the Red Pencil on the PICTURE from the Plant View Page or Photos Page. This will take you to a screen that will allow you to change or add information to the Title, Caption or Date.

Once you’ve made your changes or additions, click UPDATE THIS PHOTO at the bottom of the page.
If you don’t want to save these changes, click NEVER MIND, and your PHOTO will stay as it was.

EDIT A PHOTO SCREEN

Edit a Photo

Add a Photo

A photo is always associated with a Plant Record. At the Plant Records page click on the Common Name or Botanical Name of the Plant Record you want to add a photo to. This takes you to the Plant View Page for that record. Scroll down the page until you see the PHOTO GALLERY icon. To the left of this is ADD A PHOTO. Click this and you will go to the Photo Upload Page.

There are five easy steps to upload a picture of a plant OR a general garden picture:

  • Click CHOOSE FILE to find your picture on your computer. You may browse your folders for the picture you want.
  • Once you have selected your picture from your computer, click UPLOAD NOW to upload the picture.
  • When it’s done uploading, you will see your picture.
  • You may enter a Date, a Title, and a Caption.
  • Click ADD MY PICTURE to complete the photo upload process.

 

NOTE: Digital photos from phones and cameras can be large. Images of 3 MB + can take a couple minutes to upload. See TIP # 5 in Tips and Tricks for the best way to upload pictures.

NOTE: Pictures that are uploaded to your account at Muddy Boots Plant Tags are reduced in size for quicker loading as you view them. The original photo file on your computer is not modified in any way.

ADD A PHOTO SCREEN STARTING POINT

Add a Photo Step 1

ADD A PHOTO SCREEN FILE SELECTED

Add a Photo Step 2

ADD A PHOTO UPLOAD IN PROGRESS

Add a Photo STep 3

ADD A PHOTO FINISHING TOUCHES

Add a Photo Finishing Touches

Delete a Journal Note

If you have created a Journal Note, but would like to DELETE this note, click the Red Pencil on the NOTE from the Plant View Page or the Journal Page. This will take you to a screen that will allow you to modify the data or DELETE the Journal Note. Go to the bottom of the page and click DELETE THIS JOURNAL NOTE. You’ll get a warning and you must click YES, DELETE PERMANENTLY to complete the delete process.

If you change your mind and decide not to delete the Journal Note, click NEVER MIND or NO, DON”T DELETE and it will not be deleted.

DELETE A JOURNAL NOTE SCREEN

Delete a Journal Note

Edit a Journal Note

If you have created a Journal Note, but would like to modify or add to the information, click the Red Pencil on the NOTE from the Plant View Page or the Journal Page. This will take you to a screen that will allow you to change or add information to the Journal Note.

Once you’ve made your changes or additions, click UPDATE THIS JOURNAL NOTE at the bottom of the page. If you don’t want to save these changes, click NEVER MIND, and your Journal Note will stay as it was.

EDIT A JOURNAL NOTE SCREEN

Edit a Journal Note

Add a Journal Note

A Journal Note is always associated with a Plant Record. Here’s how to add one.

At the Garden Records page click on the Common Name or Botanical Name of the Plant Record you wish to write about. This takes you to the Plant View page for that record. Below the blue box containing the basic plant data you will see the Garden Journal icon and to the left of this is ADD A JOURNAL NOTE. Click this and you may:

  • Enter a Date for the Journal Note
  • Select a KEYWORD, which is a quick search term when sorting through ALL JOURNAL NOTES
  • Enter the text of the Journal Note – this is a free-form text field

 

Once you’ve entered your Journal Note, click ADD THIS JOURNAL NOTE at the bottom of this page. If you decide not to add the Journal Note, click NEVER MIND and it will not be added.

NOTE: If you want to make Journal Notes about your garden in general, create a Plant Record for your garden and add Journal Notes to that Plant Record.

ADD A JOURNAL NOTE SCREEN

Add a Journal Note

Delete a Plant Record

If you want to completely remove a record, at the Garden Records Page click the Red Pencil. This will take you to the Edit A Plant page. At the bottom of this page you may click DELETE THIS PLANT. You will be asked if you are SURE you want to delete this Plant Record with all its associated PHOTOS and JOURNAL notes. Be careful with this!

SCREEN SHOT PRIOR TO DELETING

Delete a Plant

Edit a Plant Record

If you have created a record for a plant, but would like to modify or add to the information, click the Red Pencil for this record on the Garden Records page. This will take you to a screen that will allow you to change or add information to the basic Plant Record.

  • Once you’ve made your changes or additions, click UPDATE THIS PLANT at the bottom of the page.
  • If you don’t want to save these changes, click NEVER MIND, and your Plant Record will stay as it was.

 

EDIT A PLANT SCREEN

Edit a Plant

Add a Plant Record

At the Garden Records page, you will see on the left side of the page ADD A RECORD. Click this to add a plant.  Fields are optional; just include at least a common name or botanical name.

  • Enter either a Common Name or Botanical Name, or both if you like.
  • Enter the Garden Location – where the plant is in your garden.
  • Enter the Source – where you got the plant.
  • Enter the Date Planted.
  • Enter a link to a Data Sheet for that plant.  NOTE: To find a data sheet, Google your plant name and you’ll see search results that link to arboretums, nurseries, etc. Find one you like and copy that URL into the field call Data Sheet.
  • Assign a Plant Tag.  NOTE: If you’ve purchased Muddy Boots Plant Tags, the available tag numbers will show up in your account. Click inside the Plant Tag box and you may assign one of your available tag numbers to this plant.
  • Once you’ve entered your information, click ADD THIS PLANT at the bottom of the page.

 

ADD A PLANT SCREEN

Add a Plant

Get Started

When you log in to your new Muddy Boots Plant Tags account you will land at the Garden Records page. You will see one record call My Garden. Although the columns reflect plant data, use this as a place to put general notes about and photos of your garden. Click the Red Pencil to edit this record and enter the name of your garden (could be ‘Duffy Garden’ or something more fanciful) and maybe the date you moved there in the Date Planted Field.

GARDEN RECORDS SCREEN – A NEW ACCOUNT

acorn-hill-garden-records

Click here to see a live ‘My Garden’ page.

Getting Started with Muddy Boots Plant Tags

TIPS AND TRICKS

If you have a lot of plants, notes and pictures, it can be daunting to think about organizing and entering all that information into your Muddy Boots Plant Tags account. I am in the process of documenting my garden, Acorn Hill, and would like to offer some suggestions based on my experience.

1. HAVE YOUR DIGITAL PHOTOS IN FOLDERS BY YEAR.

This is pretty easy to do on the computer because most computers will sort things by file date. Then you can cut and paste blocks of pictures into a folder for each year. This makes it easier to sort through a lot of digital photos as you go along.

2. HAVE YOUR BAGS, BOXES, AND FOLDERS OF OLD PLANT TAGS AND RECEIPTS HANDY.

If you need a bit of help remembering all your plants, having those dirty old tags at hand helps if you want to put in both the Common and Botanical name, or if you need an assist in remembering where you bought things.

3. THINK ABOUT YOUR GARDEN IN TERMS OF AREAS.

You might have a Front Yard, Back Yard and Side Yard. Or, you might have specific garden rooms like I do. I have a Courtyard, Formal Garden, Moss Garden, and so on.

4. PICK A STARTING PLACE, AND DO A BIT AT A TIME.

I started by creating a Garden Record for all of my important plants in the Courtyard. I have several Japanese Maples, so I started there. Then I mentally walked around that space and added other trees and shrubs in the Courtyard. I took a final mental pass around and recorded the perennials. This way I could do a chunk in one sitting and feel a real sense of accomplishment.

Some suggestions for ways to organize are:

  • By area of the garden
  • By plant type such as trees, shrubs, perennials
  • By year planted

 

5. TO EASILY UPLOAD PHOTOS, TOGGLE BETWEEN THE PHOTO UPLOAD PAGE AND YOUR FOLDER OF PICTURES ON YOUR COMPUTER.

As I started uploading pictures, I found that it was easiest to look at pictures in a folder on my computer to decide which one to upload. I noted the file name or number, then switched to the UPLOAD page in Muddy Boots Plant Tags, chose that file and clicked upload. While that was uploading, I would go back to the image file in the folder to note the date it was taken. Switching back to the UPLOAD, the file would be just finishing and I’d be ready to add my Date, Title, and Caption if I wanted.

6. THE FASTEST WAY TO UPLOAD PHOTOS IS TO RESIZE THEM FIRST.
Depending on the size of your images and the speed of your internet connection, uploading pictures can be slow. I live in the country and have a slow connection, so the fastest way for me to upload pictures is to resize them before I upload them. My process is:

a. COPY (so you don’t lose your original file) the pictures that you want to upload to a temporary folder.
b. Do a mass resize to 50% using something like Microsoft Picture Manager or paint.net.
c. Upload your pictures to Muddy Boots Plant Tags.
d. Delete the temporary folder with the COPIES of your pictures.

7. RECORD A SPECIFIC PROJECT

Rather than creating a Garden Record for a plant, I created one for a project. This allowed me to organize pictures of our Pond Garden Project from start to finish and make journal notes about the process. Click here to see the Pond Garden Project.

8. RECORD YOUR GARDEN BY YEAR

I also created a Garden Record for our garden, Acorn Hill. For each of the fourteen years we’ve lived here I’ve uploaded pictures that highlight big changes in the garden or a particular view that is fun to see over time. I also wrote a short Journal note for each year describing some of the things that happened that year.

Although it took time to look through my photos for each year, I really enjoyed remembering those events and reflecting on how Acorn Hill has changed. I spent an hour or so at a time entering each year’s data so it didn’t seem overwhelming. Click here to see my record of Acorn Hill.

Finally, Muddy Boots Plant Tags is a platform for organizing and distilling your pictures and thoughts and plant details; it’s not a place for mass uploads. I think of it as telling the story of your garden. I’m enjoying the process and I hope you do to.

Features of Muddy Boots Plant Tags

All About Garden Records
All About Garden Journal
All About Photo Gallery
Working with our Interactive Plant Tags
Access Your Garden Records from Anywhere

GARDEN RECORDS

Garden Records is essentially the home page for your garden records at Muddy Boots Plant Tags. This is the first page you’ll see when you log in and it is where you will add plants and other records to your Garden Records. The Menu in the top right corner takes you to various functions of Muddy Boots Plant Tags.

GARDEN RECORDS SCREEN

garden-records

On this page you’ll see the fields below. Except for one Name field, you do not have to fill in all of these, but they are available to you.

Plant Tag If you have assigned a Plant Tag to this record it will be displayed.
Common Name If you have entered a Common Name it will display here.  You do not have to fill this in, but you must enter either a Common Name or a Botanical Name.
Botanical Name The Botanical Name you have entered for this plant.  You do not have to fill this in, but you must enter either a Botanical Name or a Common Name.
Garden Location This is the area of your garden that this plant is in.  For example, you might have a garden location of “Front Yard” or “Perennial Border”.
Date Planted The date you put it in the ground.
Edit When you click the red pencil, you’ll see a page to edit the data you’ve entered.
Data Sheet This is a place to copy a link to a plant data sheet from an external site.  For example, you may frequently look at plant data at Missouri Botanical Garden or a specific plant producer.  A data sheet typically gives information about plant size, growing conditions, and hardiness zones.  To see an example datasheet for Dogwood, click here.

Once you’ve entered information about several plants you can SORT your Garden Records by all of these columns except Edit and Data Sheet. You may also SEARCH the text fields – either Name, Garden Location, Source – using one or more search words.

SEARCH RESULTS SCREEN

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PLANT VIEW

In your Garden Records, both the Common and Botanical Names link to a Plant View page that displays all of the information you’ve input about that plant. This includes the basic Garden Record data, PLUS Journal Notes you’ve made about the plant and Photos that you’ve uploaded for this plant. This is a page that you can share on social media. See a live example of Plant View for Cornus controversa Variegata.

The top of the page displays the Garden Record data and the most recent picture that you’ve uploaded. It is here that you may ASSIGN a Plant Tag by clicking the Edit Pencil and scrolling to the bottom of the page.

PLANT VIEW SCREEN

Plant View Top Box

On the Plant View page you may ADD a Journal Note for this plant, and any previous notes you’ve made will be displayed in date order from most recent to the oldest entry. You may wish to record notes about when you pruned or fertilized this plant or comment on its bloom. You may assign a Keyword to the note on which you may SORT Journal Notes, so for example you can easily find all of your notes on Pruning.

PLANT VIEW SCREEN – JOURNAL SECTION

Journal Notes Section of Plant View

You may also ADD a Photo for this plant, along with a Title, Caption and Date the Photo was taken. Photos – slightly reduced for Gallery View – are displayed in descending order by most recent data with the plant name. By clicking on the Photo, you see a larger image along with the plant Name, Title, Caption and Date and other details about this plant.

PLANT VIEW – PHOTO GALLERY SECTION

Plant View Photo Gallery Section

INDIVIDUAL PHOTO VIEW

Individual Photo View

The Photo upload may take a minute or two if your photos are 3 MB or larger. This also depends on the bandwidth of your internet connection. The size of the image file is reduced when uploaded to Muddy Boots Plant Tags so that they load relatively quickly when you view them. The size of the original image file on your phone or computer doesn’t change.

You may edit the data you’re looking at where ever you see the red pencil!   

You may also record information about an area of your garden or a garden project. By adding a plant named Pond Project, I documented the development of our fish pond. To see a live example click here.

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GARDEN JOURNAL

The Garden Journal (Journal in the menu top right corner) displays ALL of your Journal Notes about your plants and garden in one place, rather than showing them on an individual plant page. The notes are displayed in descending order by date with the most recent entry first. A portion of the text is displayed, but you will see a link to “more” which will display the entire Journal Note and all other data about the plant. This is a page that can be shared on social media.

You may SORT Journal Notes by the Keyword you assigned to the entry when you made it. You may SEARCH your Journal Notes for one or more search words. The search will scan Plant Names, the content of the entry, Garden Location, Source, and Keyword.

JOURNAL NOTES

Journal Notes

To record general notes about your garden, you simply ADD a Garden Record for your garden rather than a specific plant. We named our garden Acorn Hill, so that is our garden’s Plant Name. You may choose something like “Duffy Garden” or something more fanciful. Then you can make notes and add photos about your garden in general. Click here for a live link to our Acorn Hill Garden.

CLICK THE PICTURE BELOW TO SEE ACORN HILL LIVE

plant-view-of-acorn-hill

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PHOTO GALLERY

The Photo Gallery (Photos in the menu top right corner) displays ALL of your pictures of your plants and garden in one place, rather than showing them on an individual plant page. The notes are displayed in descending order by most recent date. The Plant Name and Photo Date are displayed along with the picture, but you may click on the photo to see a larger image, the Title and Caption you have entered, and all other Garden Record data about the plant. This is a page that can be shared on social media.

PHOTO GALLERY SCREEN

Photo Gallery

INDIVIDUAL PHOTO VIEW

Photo View of Floating Cloud

You may SEARCH your Photo Gallery for one or more search words. The search will scan the Plant Names, Garden Location, Source, Title and Caption fields.

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INTERACTIVE TAGS

Muddy Boots Plant Tags are interactive tags that, when scanned with a smart phone, display information that YOU have entered about YOUR plant. The tag itself is about 1” x 2” made of thick aluminum with a black UV-resistant coating. The tag is just large enough to be easy to find, but won’t interrupt up the look of your garden. A tag may be hung from a branch or pinned to the ground with a landscape pin.

The tag is etched with a QR Code that carries a tag number and web address to your page in your account at Muddy Boots Plant Tags. No two tags will ever have the same QR Code.

To SCAN a Muddy Boots Plant Tag you must have a QR Code Reader on your smart phone. Many are available FREE for both Android and iPhone. We recommend the i-nigma reader for speed and ease of use, and it is available for both Android and iPhone and you download it like any other app.

Get the i-nigma for iPhone/iPad here.
Get the i-nigma for Android here.

To see a live Plant View of Dwarf Fothergilla, use your phone to SCAN this tag:

Fothergilla Tag

Note: QR Codes are becoming increasingly prevalent in commerce. Once you know what one is, you’ll start seeing them everywhere.

Visitors to your garden may also SCAN your Muddy Boots Plant Tags. Because you must be logged in to your account to make any changes, your visitors will only view Plant View Pages, but will not be able to add or change anything. The Plant View Page displays the information you’ve entered about your plant.

To SCAN a tag, open your QR Code Reader on your phone – it uses your phone’s camera – and align the tag in the frame on your phone. You should be able to read it from about 18” or closer. Your Plant View Page for that tag will display on your phone and you’ll see all your information including Names, Garden Location, Source, Date Planted, a link to a Data Sheet PLUS your Journal Notes and your Photos.

ASSIGN A TAG

Not all of your Garden Records will have a Plant Tag. You may create Garden Records for all your plants, but only tag certain ones such as important specimen plants or new plants that you’re still becoming familiar with. Of course, you may tag all of your plants if you like.

When you buy Muddy Boots Plant Tags – available in bundles of 5 tags – your account will be assigned a unique block of tag numbers. As soon as you’ve bought them, you’ll see them in your account and you may begin assigning them – even before they’ve come in the mail.

To ASSIGN a tag to a plant, you will ADD A RECORD. At the bottom of this screen is a field called PLANT TAG. You will click inside this box, and the plant tags that you’ve purchased will display. You simply select one and that’s it! You may also ASSIGN a tag to a record you’ve already created using the EDIT function.

Edit Plant Fothergilla

Once you’ve assigned one of your tag numbers to a record, it will no longer show as available to assign. You may, however, re-assign one of your tag numbers, say for instance you’re plant died. You EDIT the original garden record and click in the Plant Tag box. It will let you REMOVE THIS TAG. Once done, that tag number is released back into your available tag numbers and you may ASSIGN it to another plant, perhaps its replacement.

TAG A PLANT

It is easiest to ADD your Garden Records and ASSIGN your tags at the computer or tablet, then take your physical tags to the garden. You do not need to keep track of which tag goes with which plant … simply take your smart phone to the garden with you, scan a tag you’ve assigned, and attach it to that plant with either a wire or landscape pin.

Nancy Tagging a Plant

TAG PRICING

Tags are sold in bundles of five. You may buy several bundles at once, or add more later on. The more bundles you buy at once, the lower the price per bundle. Once you’ve subscribed, you may order tags from your My Account Page.

1 – 5 bundles $9.95 per bundle
6 – 10 bundles $9.45 per bundle
11 – 15 bundles $8.96 per bundle
16+ bundles $8.46 per bundle

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EASY ACCESS

Muddy Boots Plant Tags is online which means you can get to it anywhere you have an internet connection AND you can log in with your smart phone, tablet, or computer. Your phone is great for SCANNING the tags and VIEWING your Garden Records in the garden. Your tablet or computer is great for ADDING Garden Records, Journal Notes and Photos.

Remember, you can share on social media many pages from your Muddy Boots Plant Tags account, including Plant View Pages, My Garden Page, Journal Note Pages, and Photo Gallery Pages. You may also email a link to these pages to a friend. It’s simple and a fun way to share your garden!

To see a live Plant View page for our Pond Project, click here!

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