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Reusable Plant Tags

Price: $16.49
Regular Price: $18.99

Seedlings can be hard to identify or recognize, especially when you're trying something new in your garden. These reusable garden tags are an easy way to keep track of what's growing in each row or bed. These weatherproof markers will not dissolve like paper labels, and they can be rewritten each time you plant something new.

Write + Erase Plant Tags can be used year after year. They're designed to hold ink labels from gel ball point pens and can be cleaned off with soap when the area is replanted with something new. Reusable marker tags save space in the landfill and also cut down on the cost of replanting a garden plot.

Garden labels are used for many different things. They often mark the type of plant (ie "Sage" or "Red Roma Tomato") or the date that seeds were planted. They can also carry instructions about watering, warnings about the plants, or mark boundaries within a garden. Here are some sample notes:

Water on M/W/F
Do not water
Poisonous leaves
Very spicy! Watch out
Cindy's plants
Spring planting

These reusable plant tags are made from durable, UV resistant rubber. They are screen printed with colorful herbal patterns. The tags mount on silver steel planting stakes (6 are included in your order). Each stake is about 8 inches long.

So, try some new seeds and plant these markers along with them. 6 weeks from now, you wont be left scratching your head and wondering what's growing so well, or if it's safe to eat!
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