In Dr. Richard Sutton's HORT212 course, horticulture and landscape architecture students learn to use geo-location, shared Google spreadsheets, and Box to map a database of plants. This fall, the plants were distributed among several groups of students in two different sections. Each group located, photographed, and captured the latitude and longitude coordinates of their designated plants. The spreadsheets are then combined and a tool called AwesomeTable was used to make this searchable plant database available for browsing.
If you are looking for a specific plant, use the search and filter tools at the top of the display frame. To browse by location, click on the place markers displayed on the map below. If part of the plant information is hidden, drag the map to pull the window into view.