|landuse = plant_nursery|
|Represents land that is used solely for plant nurseries|
|Used on these elements|
|Tools for this tag|
The plant nursery tag is used to map these areas where plant nurseries exist. A plant nursery grows plants, much like a farmer would grow food. Plant (as opposed to human) nurseries are a common market garden feature of the English landscape, but also in other countries around the world.
To describe more details of the plant nursery the following additional tags can be used:
|landuse=plant_nursery||Defines that the land is being used as a plant nursery.||The purpose of applying this tag must be for land that is used to produce trees, any other plantations that produce food must use landuse=orchard.|
|name=*||The name of the feature, if applicable.|
|operator=*||The name of the farmer/company which owns the plant nursery.|
|plant=*||The generic type of plant that is grown.||Possible values: tree, herb, bush, grass, vine, fern, moss, green-algae|
|genus=*||Scientific name of the genus (first part of the scientific name)||Refer to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genus for details.|
|species=*||Scientific name of the species (popularly known as the Latin name). Please use the namespaces for local languages.||Refer to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Species for details.|
- Trees that are grown for food production, use landuse=orchard instead.
- Greenhouses. This tag landuse=plant_nursery is strictly meant for growing plants in open land, not inside a greenhouse, for these purposes landuse=greenhouse_horticulture is used.
- Vineyards, where grapes are grown for a variety of purposes, including the production of wine: landuse=vineyard.
A plant nursery owned by Arbor which grows white oaks:
- species=Quercus alba
- species:en=White oak