In this second instalment of our blogpost series, we continue our journey into the remarkable successes of Hortis gardens worldwide.
Our new blogpost series focuses on the successes of gardens around the world. We invite Hortis gardens to share their experiences with the community, and to help inspire more gardens to improve their record-keeping.
Species360 is pleased to announce the addition of the plant collection platform Hortis to our product portfolio. Based in the UK and the Netherlands, the team developing Hortis will continue their exciting work together with the software engineers and conservation scientists at Species360.
We concluded the last two months of 2022 with some hotly-requested features from the community. Now you can create tags for your records, manage your members’ permissions, and start creating more powerful maps with filters.
As we approach the end of 2022, we would like to thank all our members for their continued support. 2022 has been a very exciting year for us at Hortis, we started onboarding the first users in late 2021 and now have gardens using the product on 5 continents.
Under the tagline “Influence & Action : Botanic Gardens as Agents of Change”, 500 delegates from 38 countries came together in Melbourne to explore how botanic gardens an play a greater role in shaping our future.
Read about impressions, emerging themes and what we learned at the congress.
This week we are proud to be exhibiting at BGCI’s 7th Global Botanic Garden Congress in Melbourne. If you are thinking about joining the “Hortisphere”, have recently onboarded, or simply would like to learn more and discuss your plant records requirements, visit us to find out how we can help you.
With the latest version of IrisBG, the Data Import required by the Floria App Manager is again made available to IrisBG users. Join our next webinar on the 12th August will explore collection value scoring.
Wishing you the very best during the festive season, with much happiness and a safe and prosperous New Year. We really appreciate your continued support. Warmest wishes from the Botanical Software
Thank you again to everyone for joining and participating in this year’s 2020 Virtual Plant Records Conference. It was truly an enjoyable and enriching experience for us and I hope you