Free Seed Markers

Here’s a new batch of grow indie seed markers, just in time for transplanting!

These are super easy to use—-just download the Word doc template, pick a cool font, add your plant name, print and cut out.  To make the plant “sign” itself, just cut out a few pieces of plastic (like from those salad containers) and tape the plant marker on. You can even laminate them to make them waterproof and last a few seasons.

These nifty plant markers come in two sizes, long or square, so pick what’cha like:

Click here to download the new growindie small plant markers.

And, here’s a link to download the larger version.

They also work really well if you are starting a bunch of plants in one pot, like this group of Peaceful Valley Basil that I started in those compostable salad containers.

I also sometimes like to put little markers in pots around the house, and in fun found-planters, like this tomato can.  And, of course, they add a nice touch of flair if you’re giving a plant away as a gift (which I’m notorious for since I always start too many plants)

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  • 1. DIY Friday: Veg Out | Desert Living Today  |  June 11, 2010 at 9:26 pm

    […] Mark the rows and dig a small hole for each seedling. (Use these cute free seed markers from Grow Indie.) Leave appropriate spacing between the plants. The spacing depends on the crop — check the […]

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