Herb Labels Markers Sticks | Pack of Ten | Stainless Steel | Waterproof
Another unique gift from our British business - Weatherproof, beautiful garden stakes, each one with an easy-to-read cut out name and handy hanging hole. Complete with a waterproof case.
If you're looking for the perfect gift for the gardener in your life - look no further. This is the perfect little, useful gift for a friend or just treat yourself. It's also the thoughtful thank-you gift for the friendly neighbour or support worker who has helped you or your family during these strange times. These useful, sturdy, British-made garden labels solve that pesky problem of wondering where you planted your herbs!
This is an updated and improved product: Each stick is now longer, measuring 16cm x 2cm to ensure you see the herb name sticking out of the mud. Each 2mm thick stainless steel stick is now longer and has a handy hole in the end for hanging up in your shed or allotment as well as being slightly rounded so they're not dangerously sharp. In addition, each set of ten comes in a handy, velcro-sealed, black waterproof pencil case our seamstress has made from the off cuts material from our outdoor fire pit covers.
We had fun Googling the top ten herbs in the UK and here they are. The set of ten includes: basil, chives, coriander, dill, mint, oregano, parsley, rosemary, sage, thyme.
We also have a set of ten Vegetable Sticks which includes: beetroot, carrots, garlic, lettuce, onions, peas, potatoes, salad leaves, spinach, tomatoes.
While we have struggled to come up with a good name for these (identifier sticks, garden markers, labels, allotment identifiers etc.), you won't struggle to put them to use in your newly planted gardens. Gone are the days of rotten wooden ones, which snap in two. Gone are the days of the type you write on, only to find it has faded away. These sticks are made from 2mm thick stainless steel, which means they will last ('forever' is a bit of a stretch, but it's probably not far off!) and they are resistant to rust, meaning they'll look just as good in 10 years as they do the day you open them.