These handsome markers let you record variety names and planting dates, and keep you from digging up plants by mistake. They're easy to emboss with an ordinary ballpoint pen and look great in the garden, taking on a classic verdigris patina over time. Weatherproof, galvanized-steel legs.
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Best option for "long term" labeling in perennial garden
About Me Avid Gardener
Comments about Copper Perennial Markers, Set of 10:
It is somewhat difficult writing on the Copper Plates, and knowing how much "enbossing pressure" is required. Maybe it would be easier to write on them if there wasn't a bend in the legs?? Also, not sure how long the engraving will hold up until time as passed. They are the best options I could find for "lasting" signage.
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Copper markers bring class to flower and herb beds
from Norheast NC
About Me Getting Started
Filling in for my Master Gardner w awayife who recently passed
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
beautiful garden accent
My husband thought they look really expensive
By Cheaha gardener
from Delta, AL
These are wonderful! I use them for my specialty plants. Easy to use and long lasting!
Find the right pen(!), preferably a firm ball point, and these are easy to mark and visible in the garden or pot from a standing position. Pretty copper stands out against the plants.
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Just what I was looking for
By heirloom Holly
from Hartsville, SC
I've received heirloom flowers from family, and I used these markers to note the family member and the type of flower. The markers can be embossed, so I just use a ballpoint pen for permanent notation.
from Fairfax VA
I planted alot of perennials last year. Their cheap plastic tags are gone...I cannot wait for the flowers to bloom so I can add these beautiful permanent markers
Love them , they look great in the garden!
from Memphis, Tn
Just labeled a new perineal garden with many varieties. It was a perfect way to do it!
Charming but impractical
from New Jersey
Sharpie, crayon, grease pencil... they all wear off after a few days in the sun and rain. Super cute but not effective signage.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
By Weekend warrior
from Baton Rouge, LA
Great way to tag and identify different kinds of citrus in the home orchard
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