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Stocking Stuffers for the Gardener

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BioMarker Plant Markers in Elevated Beds

One of the things I do throughout the year is gradually collect my stocking stuffers for holiday gift-giving. With the holidays quickly approaching you to need these stocking stuffers for the gardener in your life – BioMarker Plant Markers. Brought to you from the CobraHead people, they are eco-friendly due to their composition of recycled plastics and corn cob fiber and are very easy to use – all you have to do is put them in the ground when you plant.

BioMarker for Curry Plant

Use the plant markers as surveying stakes for laying out seed and plant spacing or for their obvious use of identifying plants in the garden. There are three colors available: light stone, terracotta, or dark green. I used the plant markers all over the test garden this season but especially loved them in my elevated bed gardens. Each shipment of markers includes 1.625″ x 2.5″ weatherproof labels. I wrote on them with a grease pencil (included), but you can also print the markers out on a laser printer. Peel them off and they last all season – mine did not smear or come off the entire season. I pulled my markers out a few weeks ago and will reuse them again next season. Searching for stocking stuffers for the gardener? BioMarkers are a cool product that fits easily in a stocking or can be shipped across the country.

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BioMarker in terracotta
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  1. When you are growing a wide variety of flowers, plants, vegetables, and herbs in your garden, it’s tough to name and remember the details of each plant. So I always use plant markers. It works great for not only educating others with an interactive walk-through your garden but also minimize buying duplicates so that you can have a wide variety of plants.

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