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I use a paper punch and slide my nursery tags on 3.5" metal rings. On the back of the tag, you can write the date planted, location, or any other information that might be handy for you. The rings are called "book rings" at Staples and Amazon. If you're really organized, make one for shrubs and trees and another for perennials, bulbs, etc.
Jun 29, 2013 9:41 AM CST
|hole punch and ring sound like a great, I just use a zip-lock bag and ID bags by genus or family group; salvia, succulents, veggies, etc|