Plant Fact Sheets & Plant Guides Coordination
Plant Fact Sheets and Guides are a coordinated effort between the Plant Materials Program and the National Plant Data Center, with input from other cooperating organizations. For more information on this effort, contact Jeremy West, National Plant Materials Center at firstname.lastname@example.org, 301-504-8175 or Gerry Moore, National Plant Data Center at email@example.com, 336-370-3337.
What is the difference between Plant Fact Sheets and Plant Guides?
Fact Sheets are one page (front and back) species overviews, include color photos, and are often used to provide general information about a conservation species to a landowner. Plant Guides contain more detail and typically describe the entire process of establishment, management, and production of a species; they can be several pages long. Guides may also contain details on seed or plant production for growers.
Plant Fact Sheets & Plant Guide Templates
Download the Plant Fact Sheet template or Plant Guide template depending on which type of document you are preparing. Contact the Norman A. Berg National Plant Materials Center if you are with another agency, and we can add your organization’s logo to the template header for your Fact Sheet or Guide.
NOTE: The Winzip file below contains all three documents listed above.
Plant Fact Sheet & Plant Guide Templates and Guidelines (Winzip; 657 KB)
If you encounter any problems with the files provided on this page, please contact the PM Program Webmaster at 520-292-2999 Ext. 112.