Natural and Thrifty in 365: #197 Easy Plant Label Stakes

Don’t waste another cent buying plastic plant labels that get washed away or lost.  Make your own plant label stakes from supplies you find in your own back yard.

Photo courtesy of Homeroad.

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5 Comments:
  1. I was so pleased when I asked my sons to make tripods for my bean plants from some branches we had. They made them so strong, just using twine! They lasted through the whole season and the next one!

  2. Trying to decide the best (thrifty way) to stake my tomatoes this year. They always get out of control. Any ideas?

  3. Trying to decide the best (thrifty way) to stake my tomatoes this year. They always get out of control. Any ideas?

  4. I like using a stake and just using those twist ties to keep them sticking to it. It’s worked well so far.

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