Organize Your Garden Plant Tags For Easy Reference and Fall Planting!
Do you need help organizing your plant tags for your garden? I did and this easy project took 10 minutes and cost $1. I wish I had done it sooner!
I finally did a little organizing to keep track of my perennials and shrubs. This was a long overdue and good rainy day project!
I had all my tags stuffed in an overflowing box in my Potting Shed. Anytime I went to look for something, they all spilled out. I sorted through them, removing the duplicates and plants that bit the dust.
I found book rings at Dollar Tree. They're also referred to as Loose-Leaf Paper Binder Rings at the office supply store if you don't have a Dollar Tree near you. I used a hole punch on the tags to attach them to the rings. Some of the tags already had a convenient hole at the top.
I sorted and organized my tags by climbers/roses, perennials, and shrubs/trees so I can refer back as needed and find what I’m looking for... so much better than searching through a crammed box!
Hang your tags somewhere for easy access, I hung mine on some pumpkins...just kidding :)
You're welcome to pop over for a Hello Autumn Wreath DIY and a Wheelbarrow of Pumpkins by my Potting Shed, here.
- Book or binder rings (Dollar Tree)
- Hole punch (had)
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!Go