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Hi All, how do you label your pots, seeds and cuttings etc.
I have used quite a few different ways.
Originally I bought plastic, stick in the pot tags that I would write on with the contents. I then decided what things I had at home, to be able to recycle tags.
I decided that aluminium cans were soft enough to write on.
I cut out tags and trimmed off the sharp edges and found that it is so easy to scribe with a nail or the same to put the description on.
One day I was having a coffee and everybody were throwing there spoons in the rubbish, I thought what a waste.
Now I collect them and use them to stick in pots to label them.
When you need to write on the plastic spoon you can use a special pencil that will write on glass, available from Office Works
Cheers and happy gardening
These are great suggestions thanks @bergs. It's a job I always intend to do but usually neglect.
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