Plant Toolbox Tip – What You Will Find on a Plant Profile

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Visit a plant profile for a wealth of information

Image of a plant profile 4,632 plants and counting 96 data points/plant More than 24,000 images Find the right plant ID a plant Design gallery QR Codes


  • Center Panel
    • Audio and phonetic pronunciation of the botanical name
    • Description
      • Quick ID Hints
      • Insects, Diseases and Other Plant Problems
    • Photographs
    • Videos
    • Links to images of the plant in landscapes
    • Cultivars/Varieties
    • Tags
    • Add to your Shopping List
    • Data (96 fields/plant)
    • QR Code for demo garden and plant sale signs (at the page bottom)
  • Left Sidebar
    • Plants often confused with
    • Plants that fill a similar niche
    • Native plant alternatives
    • Common Insect Problems with links to publications
    • Common Disease Problems with links to publications
    • Other common problems

At the bottom of the page where you see the QR code:

  • Right-click and select “Save As” to save the code in a .png file in a folder on your computer.
  • You can insert these codes into spreadsheets, flyers, newsletter articles, blog posts, plant signs, etc.

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Kathleen Moore, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionKathleen MooreProgram Assistant Call Kathleen Email Kathleen Horticultural Science
NC State Extension, NC State University
Posted on Dec 22, 2022
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