Community builders

Increase the interaction between your visitors and collections

and keep tabs on your flora through unique plant records

Transform your flora management with turnkey solutions

and inform visitors in an interactive and intuitive way

Map the flora on your domain

Give trees, plants and zones a unique digital passport

Track your trees, plants, collections and zones based on GPS coordinates and/or smart plant tags

Print your own plant labels with QR code

Discover our smart plant tags


Exact determination of plants throughout all seasons

Record data on accessible digital plant records

Consultable by anyone, both inside and outside your domain

Zones and collections

Create your own plant collections such as vegetables, fruits, deciduous trees, berries,...

Assign plants to areas such as greenhouse, domain, herb garden, ...

Manage your plants according to arboretum standards

Virtual visits

Introduce the world to your plants and collections through your own public webpage

A virtual visit to your domain with just a few mouse clicks

Community builders

Discover the possibilities

Personalize a Tree


In Brakel, Belgium, elementary school students have planted more than 1,500 trees in the Sporenbos Forest. The forest, along with the adjacent piece of land, consists of four parts: a Nesting Forest for children with and without disabilities, ...

#Agro ecology, #Community builders

Tree health app - healthy city trees


Flanders is becoming increasingly paved. Especially in cities, concrete creates “heat islands” in the summer. City trees then play an important role. They provide cooling and improve urban livability. But are our trees still healthy? With the Tre...

#Community builders, #Education

Plantsoon is committed to our next generation


Several municipalities and cities in Belgium gift newborns with a birth tree. You can plant this tree in your own garden or a 'birth forest' created by the municipality or city, where each parent can plant their personal birth tree. Plantsoon provid...

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The 'crooked birch' is the first identifiable tree of the HOGENT


The 'crooked birch' is a concept on this college campus in Ghent and an important part of the Ecoshelter XL project. All employees can scan a QR code that gives them more information about the tree. HOGENT also wants to turn the 'crooked birch' into ...

#Community builders, #Education