Temporary Markers

Posted by @Bonehead on
Until a plant becomes firmly established, it is often good to mark where it is. I use flat river rocks to mark my newly planted mints, with a piece of driftwood in front of the rock so I know where to look for new growth in the spring.

I don't expect these to last for more than a couple of seasons, after which they can be recycled for another young plant. I used a Brother clear label, but a Sharpie pen would likely work as well.

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temporary markers by poobles Nov 9, 2013 1:58 AM 0
Nice Idea by blue23rose Nov 5, 2013 10:45 AM 4

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