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25 Great Plant Markers

by Grace Bonney


It’s impossible for me to think about Earth Day and not think about planting all sorts of flowers, trees and plants. Though I’m relegated to the smaller indoor variety at home, I still like to keep an eye out for cute tools and markers that make gardening easier or more organized. So to kick off the day I thought I’d share 25 plant markers that would help get your spring gardening off to a great start. From copper and wooden styles to tiny slate boards and hand-painted porcelain, the vast majority of these are affordable, handmade and produced by independent designers. I hope you’ll find something to get your garden going in style. xo, grace

Image above: Ceramic garden markers $5


Image above, clockwise from top left: Wooden plant markers $18, Clay Garden Labels, Recycled copper herb markers $20, Wooden plant markers $16


Image above: Clay herb markers $17.40


Image above, top to bottom: Copper garden markers $20 for 3, Ceramic garden markers $12


Image above, top to bottom: White garden markers $22, Terra Cotta garden markers $20


Image above, clockwise from top left: Copper herb markers $22.50, Aluminum garden markers $22, Ceramic plant markers $2.95, Slate garden markers $14.50


Image above, clockwise from top left: Round herb markers $21, Set of 20 plant clips $10, Plant markers $28 for 6, Clay garden markers $15


Image above, top to bottom: Personalized plant markers $40, Stamped garden markers $15


Image above, clockwise from top left: Spoon markers $36, Etched wooden markers $12, Copper markers $18, Ceramic garden markers $15


Image above: Lace-inspired plant markers $15

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