20 Creative DIY Garden Markers And Labels
What can I use for garden markers?
Plant markers are quick and easy to make. Try repurposing everyday items like pebbles, bamboo skewers, corks, containers, shells, cans and even broken terracotta pots. There are loads of creative ideas and I've rounded up 20 low cost and decorative options to inspire you to make your own DIY plant labels. via
How do I make my own garden labels?
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What are the best plant markers?
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What do you use to write on plant labels?
If you particularly want to use a pen try a black "Sharpie - ultra fine" (larger size nibs are available). These are the pens used by many of my local nurseries - and they are the most fade resistant I've used. The ultra-fine nib allows you to write neatly and put additional info on the label if you want to. via
How do you mark a garden seed?
You can start your seeds in empty eggshells and write on the shells to label your seeds. Simply fill some empty eggshells (make sure they're mostly intact) with organic fertilizer and one seed per shell. Then, use a marker to write the name of the seed you planted directly on the eggshell. via
How do you mark vegetables in a garden?
They are perfect for labeling veggies or plants in the garden. Use acrylic paint or marker to write the names of the veggies. Then add fun designs, like polka dots, or trace the designs that are pre-printed on the wood. Add outdoor Mod Podge so the paint doesn't wash away in the rain. via