Twig Plant Marker How-To 1. Gather small branches, about 1/4 to 1/2 inch around, in an easily worked but sturdy wood, such as maple. 2. With a vegetable peeler, strip a couple of inches of bark at one end, making a flat surface, and use permanent marker [or stamps + ink] to record the name. Note: If the wood is green and oozing sap, let it dry overnight before writing.
what a great way to reuse old wine corks!
Wine cork plant markers: such a smart, easy idea. Another GREAT idea for all those wine corks I keep hanging onto - my garden is so ready.
I love it when I stumble onto a genius idea that I can implement in seconds, and that's totally handy. This wine cork recycling project is one of those genius ideas. It takes one man's junk and turns it into a treasure for gardeners! Now I don't drink...