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A plant label in a tomato plant.Make easy plant labels!

  1. Type up the names of the vegetables/plants you're growing and print it out

  2. Laminate

  3. Cut in strips

  4. Stick into the soil.
You can even use a Sharpie (ex: star) and write on it too if you wish.
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A sheet of laminated plant names, ready to be cut out.
 
Cutting the plant labels.
 
Laminated plant labels.
 

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May 30, 20211 found this helpful

Good idea. You can also try wrapping the label with Gorilla tape or other strong clear tape. They should last for about two years. To make it strong enough to stay in the ground you could tape a few inexpensive wooden skewers to the back.

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June 27, 20210 found this helpful

Doesn't water then seep though the sides where you have cut?

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