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Printable Plant Marker Collection

Printable Plant Marker Collection

I think we can all agree that gardening is much easier when you’re organized. That’s why I’ve designed these plant markers, which you can simply print from the comfort of your own home.

Whether you’re planting from seeds or plants, you can use these plant markers to design the layout of your garden and take the worry out of planting the wrong veggies next to each other or planting them too close to one another.

Printable Plant Markers

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  • After checkout, you will be redirected to a download page and also receive a confirmation email with a link to download your plant markers.

What’s Included?

  • Multiple printable pages, with 6 plants/page
  • Both color and black & white versions of each plant
  • Plants included:
    • tomato
    • sweet pepper
    • onion
    • cabbage
    • cauliflower
    • carrot
    • broccoli
    • cucumber
    • mushroom
    • zucchini
    • garlic
    • eggplant
    • hot pepper
    • peas
    • potato
    • radish
    • corn
    • leek
    • beet
    • daikon
    • celery
    • artichoke
    • asparagus
    • pumpkin
    • apple
    • pear
    • plum
    • cherry
    • raspberry
    • blackberry
    • nectarine
    • peach
    • grape
    • strawberry
    • blueberry
    • orange
    • mandarin
    • lemon
    • mango
    • watermelon
    • pineapple
    • pomegranate
    • lime
    • kiwi
    • banana
    • coconut
    • cantaloupe
    • honeydew
    • avocado
    • gooseberry
    • oregano
    • parsley
    • tarragon
    • mint
    • chives
    • rosemary
    • fennel
    • spinach
    • lemongrass
    • sage
    • lemon balm
    • bay leaf
    • dill
    • arugula
    • cilantro
    • lavender
    • basil
    • thyme

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So, how do you use these plant markers? Simple. This is what I recommend:

  1. Print each page on waterproof paper or paper that will be laminated:
    1. Waterproof inkjet paper (pictured) OR
    2. Waterproof laserjet paper OR
    3. Self-laminating sheets
  2. Cut along the dotted lines to create each plant marker
  3. Glue or tape the plant markers to support sticks:
    1. Plant marking sticks (pictured) OR
    2. Popsicle sticks
  4. Gently push each stick into the dirt near your seeds or plant

That’s all there is to it!

If you typically access your garden from all sides, I recommend printing two of each plant marker to make the markers double sided.