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  • Dorise Morganee

    Garden Rolodex. Create a portable garden index on a key ring. Trim a plant tag at its base, placeit photo side up on a shipping tag and staple it near one end so you can easily read the flip side. Group the tags on key rings and make notes about where you sited the plants in the garden or pots. gardening

  • Kate Bayus

    Preempt your garden-center amnesia by creating a portable garden index on a key ring. Martha Stewart Living, July 2011 Trim a plant tag at its base, place it photo-side up on a shipping tag, and staple it near one end so you can easily read the flip side. Group the tags on key rings, and make notes about where you sited the plants in the garden or pots.

  • Fae Christiansen

    Garden Rolodex: a way of keeping track of what you've #modern garden design

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