KINGLAKE 1000 Pcs 4 Inch Plant Tags Multicolor Garden Nursery Labels Plastic Pot Labels,Box of 1000
Color:Red,Pink,Blue,Green,Yellow,Size:10*2cm (Length:10 cm/4 inch Width:2 cm/0.8 inch)
Material:Plastic ,Durable,UV resistant,and They don’t rust like metal tags.
Great fpr Marking the type of seeds that you plant,Very easy to insert into the soil,Very convenient to use.
Package content:Box of 1000 Pcs Plant tags .(10 bundles,Each bundle 100 Pcs,5 Multicolors,Each color 2 bundles/200 Pcs)
Easily cleaned with household cleaner for reuse.100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee.
Size:10*2cm (Length:10 cm/4 inch Width:2 cm/0.8 inch)
Material:PVC Plastic ,Durable,UV resistant,and They don’t rust like metal tags.
Very easy to insert into the soil,Very convenient to use.
Easily cleaned with household cleaner for reuse.
Great fpr Marking the type of seeds that you plant.
Package content:Box of 1000 Pcs Plant tags.(10 bundles,Each bundle 100 Pcs,5 Multicolors,Each color 2 bundles/200 Pcs)
100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee.
Specification: KINGLAKE 1000 Pcs 4 Inch Plant Tags Multicolor Garden Nursery Labels Plastic Pot Labels,Box of 1000
They held up for about 6 mo before they became so brittle a mere tap of them would break them in half. They aren’t UV resistant enough. They bent into my plants at 90deg angle or less. I wrote on them with 3 different brands of garden pen that were also uv resistant. All of them faded so bad I couldn’t make out what the plant was anymore. They are fine if you want to send them with a package to a customer just to let them know which is which in their box or on the way home from your shop or nursery. They are not fine if you want them in outside conditions to mark what is what and still have it marked a few mo later.Read more
I used these in my garden last year, and hoped to be able to re-use them this year. Nope! They broke apart with the slightest pressure after being used one year. They are a great price. I guess I shouldn’t expect much more of them than a one time use. However, I left them in my garden, and now there are pieces all over the place. They break and are carried off by the wind. Lesson learned: pull them after the season is over. Throw them away. They can’t be used twice. Will I buy them again? I’m thinking about it. Knowing what I know now, if I buy them, I will only use them for annuals flowers and the vegie garden… and I will pull them and toss them out after 1 season.Read more
Jennie K. Graber –
I have found that these tags fade very fast. I bought sharpie extreme fade resistant markers this year thinking it would help but after 1 month I can’t read most tags. Another brand still looks freshly written. Also they become brittle half way through Minnesota short season. These may be good for indoor use but not outdoor gardening. Good value if they lasted.Read more
These are inexpensive plant tags of convenient size, but a very thin and not very rigid. They only lasted a year or so in the hot Texas sun before embrittling – they then break into tiny pieces when touched! A great buy for single season garden use, but look elsewhere for more permanent tags.Read more
The Sharpie that I use for labeling (we grow indoors, and so the labels are in constant light). The Sharpie is not “sticking” well to these labels (I have tried front & back), as compared to the last batch. Consequently, I am relabeling every batch, whereas before I was relabeling maybe once a month. The colors are slightly different from the previous batch, although that is less of an issue than the lack of Sharpie stickiness.Read more
Lucy Litteral –
Not my favorite plant tag. Sharp corners on top, bent so they don’t lay flat straight of of the box of 1000, and a rough surface texture so they eat up the lead (graphite) on my mechanical pencil, that I usually use on plant tags with no problem, and make the writing all smudgey. They just seem kind of cheap. I usually wash, erase and reuse my plant tags until they get brittle and break. I’m not looking forward to being stuck with a thousand of these for years, but they were a good price if you use large quantities of plant tags and aren’t out to impress any potential customers.Read more
These are the perfect size of plant tags to use for individual pots or trays when starting seeds. I actually use my Avery label maker to print labels that stick on this texture and I can reuse the same tags over and over because of that. A bit small for me to use in the actual garden since they get lost quite easily, but the perfect use for the smaller plant applications.Read more
E. HARRIS –
Very thin which is perfect for me because I am using my paper puncher to make holes in them so I can either tie them to things or put them on think stakes. For pushing into soil they may not be the best.Read more
borderline too short, barely enough space to write cultivar names with a regular sharpie cheap option, works fine for nursery sales, young plant starts. would not suggest using these as long term markers as they fade quick in weather and get lost in mulch easilyRead more