These durable markers are neat-looking, last for years, and really stay put. Standard Markers have galvanized wire legs and etched-zinc nameplates for recording variety names, sources and planting dates. Ideal for marking the position of bulbs at planting time so you don't dig them up by mistake! Zinc-coated nameplates on galvanized wire legs. We recommend our permanent Paint Marker, sold separately.
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By Linda bird
from churubusco Indiana
About Me Avid Gardener
Comments about Standard Markers, Set of 25:
Help ID new veggies
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I love the look!
from Tamworth, NH
We are still deep in snow... can't wait for spring so I can start marking my garden!
I would buy again.
I use them for plant support in my tree pit and in containers.
This is a great help
By Dave the gardener
from Staten Island , NY
this lets me remember what I've planted and where when spring comes or simply when I'm weeding. I've pulled out a number of plants because I wasn't sure what I had and if it was a weed or not. I love this idea. Simply put the little plastic insert that comes with the plant in the slots and it's there forever. No more guessing.
I like these markers
from Waitsfield, VT
I can finally remember what's what in my garden. Looks cute, and more durable than the small wooden stakes
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
I have bought this product again and again
from Ccleveland Heights, Ohio
Very useful product. Labels weather easily but can be redone.
Much better than expected
from Gary, IN
About Me Master Gardener
Using these in public park gardens.
Definately would purchase this product again
from Minneapolis, mn
Have many positive comments from residents regarding the markers, they love to know the names of plants in our garden and also helps us in the spring to know where plants are as the snow goes away in the spring.
Learning the names
from North Carolina mountains
About Me Getting Started
As a new gardener, I'm still "learning all the names" of my new plants. Now I can label each one. These are great and easy to use
By avid vegetable gardener
from Boulder Colorado
Thanks for a great product. Withstands rain, wind, even the occasional unintended sidekick!
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