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. Plant Markers, Garden Markers, Plants Markers, Bark Diy, Gardens Markers, Vegetables Peeler, Twig Markers, Twig Plants, Potatoes Peeler
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adorable diy plant markers - MUST DO THIS FOR OUR VEGGIE GARDEN! FAIL: after a couple rainstorms and less than a few months outside, they became worn, dirty looking, and comletely unreadable. Ended up looking like random sticks in my garden.