Making Your Garden Pop with Plant Marker Labels
For a long time, plant markers have mainly served one function, identifying plants. Sure, no one wants to mistake a Queen Anne's Lace for a Cow Parsnip, but your plant markers can be so much more! Here are some ways you can make the most out of your garden with labels.
Labeling seeds, not fully grown plants? Visit our article on seed labeling regulations.
Use Plant Labels as Reminders
How much water does an Angel’s Trumpet need? Do Hybrid Tea Roses need that much sunlight? It can be easy to forget the answers to some of these questions when your yard is beginning to look like a botanical garden. Luckily, plant markers provide a visually appealing way for you and your guests to enjoy some key facts about your garden!
Remind yourself how to properly care for every one of your plants. Watering and sunlight instructions are popular choices, but a picture of the plant and its average adult size can help you see if your plant is growing strong.
From color coding them to designate how much water they need to printing instructions on them or including pictures as a reference guide for appropriate growth, the possibilities of how labels can help you save time and grow a healthy garden are endless!
Turn Your Garden into a Conversation Piece
Plant markers can really make your garden an attraction for friends. Include interesting information that guests will love to read. Did you know that squeezing the ends of a snapdragon will cause it to look like a dragon's mouth opening and closing? Neither did we!
The stories behind naming and country of origin are easy to find and fun to read. We're not saying you should charge admission, but an extraordinary garden can easily become a fantastic conversation piece.
Whether you decide to label a pot or a plant in the soil, OnlineLabels.com has many popular sizes to choose from. Check out our most popular garden marker sizes and then get started designing with Maestro Label Designer. Find a design that matches your garden's personality or make your own. All that's left is to print them out and place them alongside your pride and joy!
Not sure which label material will get the job done? Our weatherproof/waterproof material is a must. It'll hold up flawlessly to the moisture that comes with proper plant care.
And if you're used to labels fading when left in the sun, help your labels last longer by coating them with a protective spray. Our step-by-step label overcoat guide will show you exactly how.