Keep track of your seedlings with these affordable wooden markers.
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Fantastic lil' markers
By Nicole C. Williams
from Dallas, GA
About Me Avid Gardener
Comments about : 4" Wooden Plant Markers, Set of 24:
These worked perfectly. I was using the plastic ones with a sharpie and the writing kept fading after just a few days. These have held up great!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Purchased for Classroom Use
from Cookeville, TN
These were purchased for classroom use. They were the perfect size to use in our plant starters, inside our greenhouse. Sharpie markers will bleed easily if water is readily introduced. Use rollerball ink pens for marking your plants.
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from Milwaukee WI
would have liked them better if they were a little longer
Very nice. Works well, wish it were slightly longer.
By I wanna be a Gardener
from Long Island, NY
About Me Getting Started
I used it for seed starting. I think it works well indoors. Outdoors a few factors interfere with it like birds, squirrels, rain, and it is a bit small. Definitely better for seed trays than marking the garden.
Perfect size,I would buy again
By Betty lee
from West Columbia sc
Helps me know where plant varieties are planred
I would buy this product again
By Baby boo
from East Amherst , New York
Nice to keep seeds and plants organized
I would but this again
from South Lyon , Mi
Hardy sticks for my plants.
Works well with our school project
from Napppanee,, IN
My FFA/classroom students are using the sticks to identify the vegetables they are growing
very nice to work with will buy again
from Portland, Oregon
keeping track of the different plants, very nice to use
Perfect and bio degradable
from Chicago, il
About Me Professional Landscaper
Easy to write on
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