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. The introduction of more exciting features in spring, such as mapping and images, helped to accelerate our growth. Making this year extra special, was the opportunity to meet some of you at conferences in Budapest, Portland (USA) and Melbourne (Australia).
On December 14th, the whole Hortis team had the great privilege to meet up with the community of Dutch botanic gardens at our workshop titled “Try out Hortis in Amsterdam”. During this event 30+ users all tried out Hortis and worked together on the same garden dataset, each on their own mobile devices. No installation or fuss, just log in and get started.
Spending time together looking at how we can improve plant record workflows in the garden was a great way to round off the year. A big thanks goes out to Reinout Havinga and his team at Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam for being such wonderful hosts at this iconic garden.
From the Hortis team to all of you, all the best wishes for a wonderful holiday season and a prosperous new year.
The latest news, insights, resources, & events.
Inventorying your collections at regular intervals is crucial to ensure that you have reliable plant records data. Our last webinar covered this important topic with three case studies from The Dawes Arboretum, Utrecht University Botanic Garden, and Tohono Chul.
In April, our team focused on enhancing the user experience and unveiled our brand-new logo, carefully crafted to reflect our values and mission. Read more about April’s highlights below.
In March, we added features to help make managing your plant collection even easier. This includes an enhanced dashboard with team activity, easier tag management with filters, and the ability to filter plant materials based on their condition.