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The traditional style plant labels. These plastic plant labels come in a 4", 5", 6", 8", 10" and 12" version. Extremely good quality and study, simply write on and push into...
Coloured plant labels can be used either to colour code sowings, thereby saving the requirement to write on the labels, or to add a splash of colour to the greenhouse or potting...
The T Shaped plastic plant labels, including Seed Tray Plants Labels, come in a variety of sizes from 13.5cm high upwards, and are ideal for displaying detailed or more...
The Angle Headed Plant Labels are a very useful and versatile plastic plant label. They are an excellent way of marking, highlighting and labelling plants in both flower borders...
The Blackboard Plant Labels are available in two different sizes and are a hugely convenient way of marking up plants as they can be wrtten on with ordinary chalk or specialist...
These Self Tie Plant Labels, also known as Lock Loop Plant Labels, offer a quick, easy and effective way of labelling trees, shrubs and fruit bushes. They can be written on with...
These Card Holder Plant Labels are a fantastic way to display bespoke and detailed information about your plants, such as pricing details and growing instructions. Simply create...
The Flower Bucket Plant Labels are available in two different sizes, and colours. They are absolutely perfect for marking up descriptions, pricing etc for plants that are...
Wooden Plant Labels are the traditional method of labelling sowings, plants, shrubs and vegetables. Wooden Plant Labels have been used for centuries to label plants, long before...
Plant Labels are essential for labelling plants and our stock of Plant Labels is extremely comprehensive, covering a vast range of different types of horticultural plant labels of differing sizes and styles. The Plant labels Department is split into six different sub-sections, based on the varying styles of plant labels.
The Stick-In, or Push In, Plant Labels are the stanadrd plant label. Relatively cheap these labels, however, are strong and durable and can be written on with either pen or pencil and range from the stanard 4" Plastic Plant label, up to the massive 16" Labels. The T Shaped Plant Labels, Angled Head Plant Labels and the Blackboard Plant Labels are generally for those who wish to display more information, in a more readable way.
The Self Tie Plant Labels, or Lock Loop Plant Labels as they are often called, are great for labelling trees and shrubs and have even been used to label engineering parts and lawnmowers! The Car Holder Plant labels are perfect for displaying comprehensive plant information and again they have also been used in the past for conference labelling!
Whatever Plastic Plant Label you are looking for, there's bound to be one that meets your requirements in our Plant labels Department.
Now the weather is getting colder, do not forget to order in your Fleece Jackets. Available in Large, Medium and Small.
We stock two brands: Haxnicks and Gardman.
Start growing your own full flavoured crop of salad with this easy to use collection box by Mr. Fothergill's.
Mr. Fothergill's Get Growing Salad Kit is a lovely kit consitsting of all you need to get started.
The kit consisting of: 6 wooden plant labels, 6 bio pots, a pencil, small bag of compost, a growing guide and 6 packets of seeds.
Also check out other growing kits from the Mr. Fothergill's range.
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- Stewarts Heat & Grow Variable Temperature Electric Plant Propagator User Guide
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- What is Perlite and how and why is it used in the garden?