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  • Charlotte Muia

    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 to record the name. Note: If the wood is green and oozing sap, let it dry overnight before writing.

  • Oso Grande Knife & Tool

    Twig Marker for gardening... genius! Use a peeling knife to make your own garden markers from twigs :) Get your peeling knife here:

  • Lori Brown

    Love this idea, Use a potato peeler to strip a twig and use as a garden marker

  • Rhoda Neethling

    Making a twig plant marker using a potato peeler!

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