Great Reminders For Which Plant Is Which
Gardening is a popular hobby for many people, especially in the summer. Garden tags not only help you remember which plants are planted in which area, they are a nice decorative item to add character to your garden. Here are five of our favorites.
From whimsical to classic, garden tags can add a bit of extra style to your garden. Take your garden decor up a notch with some of these great tags we love.
These brightly colored vegetable and herb garden stakes ($20 for six) are almost too fun to leave outdoors. They are handmade and weather sealed to hold up to outdoor use. You can order from an extensive list of almost any vegetable, fruit or herb name you can imagine — or custom order what you need. Longer plant names are printed in a smaller font size.
Want to bring a bit of vintage feel to your garden spot? These hand-stamped vintage teaspoon plant markers ($6 each) are made from old silver-plated teaspoons from the 1930s to 1950s. Each spoon is unique and can be printed with one word of your choice. These garden markers are so lovely, you may want to keep them inside.
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Who's that herb?
Need to keep track of which herbs you've planted? These stylish herb markers ($3 each) are made of metal, easy to read and stand 11 inches tall. You can choose from nine different herb names or choose tomatoes, peppers or beans.
These garden herb markers ($10 for four) are made of polymer clay, but have the look of weathered wood. You choose four herbs you would like stamped on your markers and the paint colors you prefer for the lettering. They are six inches tall and coated with a clear gloss for shine.
Hanging around the garden
These Earthmarks round garden markers ($4 each) come in more than 400 name choices to include almost anything you might plant in your garden. They are made from terra-colored stoneware and embossed with plant names before being high-fired in a kiln for lasting durability outdoors. Each tag hangs from a 10-inch solid brass stake. If you don't see the plant you need, they also do custom orders.
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