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Plant Marker Labels

Plant marker labels are a gardening essential. They allow us to identify the plants we are growing indoors in our seed trays. Outdoors, we use them to mark planting rows to identify what was planted, and to identify individual varieties of plants. For example, marker labels are perfect for identifying each of the often several varieties of tomato plants in you garden.  

Marker labels are made of wood or plastic. Wooden labels last one season, before being tossed into the compost pile. We often use plastic labels for just one season too. But, with almost no effort, you can use these labels over and over again for many years. Here's how:

  • Collect used plastic marker labels.

  • Wipe off loose dirt with a damp cloth.

  • Use  a fine grain sandpaper, to sand off the old name on the label.

  • Wipe the label again, with a clean, damp cloth.

  • The label is ready to use again!

Gardening Tip: Save those wooden chopsticks you used with your Chinese lunch or dinner. They make great plant markers.





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