All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘plant tags’

Metal Stamped Plant Tags

Metal Stamped Plant Tags from Hardware Store Finds

It’s important to label your plants so you know what’s what in the garden, but sometimes plant labels can be distracting, flimsy, or just plain ugly. These charming metal tags are super practical and have a clean, sleek look that compliments plants but doesn’t overshadow their natural beauty. Here is everything needed to make this modern take on metal stamped …

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Clay Plant Stakes For Rosemary

You’ll Love Making These Simple & Pretty Clay Plant Stakes

Now that I’ve been gardening for quite a while I don’t need plant tags to identify what’s growing in my garden. But it certainly doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy making them and displaying them! These clay plant stakes are made from air dry clay and rubber stamps.  They can be used to identify herbs or add a personalized message when giving …

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Wood Burned Spoon Plant Markers Project Instructions

Decorative Wood Plant Markers

There are so many plant markers out there in the world. Heck, there are so many plant markers on Garden Therapy (like these, and these, and these ones are just so cute!). Why so many? Well, they are a fun rainy-day craft that adds a bit of personality to the garden. Oh, and they help you remember what you planted! These wood plant …

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DIY Chalkboard Plant Labels

Chalkboard Paint Plant Markers

Chalkboard paint has yet another use! These plant markers made from wooden paint stir sticks and chalkboard paint make for simple, decorative chalkboard paint plant markers. The label won’t wash away after one rain shower, although it’s best not to use these as outdoor plant labels for the long term as the rain will get them eventually. Instead, consider using …

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How To Make Painted Vegetable Plant Markers Out Of Stones

Painted Stone Garden Markers for the Vegetable Garden

These adorable vegetable garden markers were made by my friend Kristin, AKA Delta Gardener. Kristin is a volunteer Master Gardener and works tirelessly with the Ladner Community Garden to coordinate the children’s garden. Between that and maintaining her large home garden and writing about it all on her blog, That Bloomin’ Garden, I do not know where she finds the time. Thankfully …

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