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  • Heather

    Use Chopsticks to Label Your Plants Create markers by stapling a plant's seed packet to a chopstick and placing it inside the pot or bed. Spray clear coat paint to protect it from weather before setting it out doors!

  • L Aschema

    create markers by stapling seed packet onto chopstick, cover pkt. with ziplock bag and use outdoors

  • LouAnn Voth

    use chopsticks as plant markers

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