If you are one of those individuals who love gardening but has problems with organizing your plants, then adding organic plant labels to your masterpiece is your solution.
Yes! It is hard to keep things organized.
A PR NEWS WIRE article published on January 13, 2015 has revealed:
“Turns out, not only is 54 percent of America overwhelmed by the amount of clutter they have, but 78 percent have no idea what to do with it or find it too complicated to deal with, so they let it build up, taking over their homes and offices.”
This includes the way we do our gardening stuff. No wonder a lot of first-time gardeners end up frustrated with their plant because of the failure to distinguish one plant from another.
How Can Labeling Help in Organizing Your Garden?
What are you using now to organize? Here are some tips the experts have shared with us:
Start with a Garden Map
This is most effective for anyone who has a wide area for gardening or planting vegetables. Envision how you see your plants will grow. Sketch it on a piece of paper to help you in organizing by assigning specific numbers to species of plants and vegetables you intend to plant.
Use a Plant Lodge
Create a gardening diary of sort called a “plant lodge.” This is most helpful in knowing when to expect plants to bloom or bear fruit. You may also include the amount and frequency of fertilization needed for these plants.
To keep track of your plants, you may also lodge any important discoveries and realizations you may have found when caring for these plants and vegetables.
Label your plant beds and pots
Now that you have your map and plant lodge, you can now start planting your garden. Be sure to place labels to each plant or section of plants to ensure anyone who will be tasked to care for it knows important details about them. An additional measure is to do what we refer to as “double labeling” which is placing a printed label on the back side of the face plate of the plant marker.
What to include in your plant labels for organization purposes?
As a new gardener, it is important for you to know when your seeds are going to germinate. To serve as a reminder, indicate the expected time of germination on label of the plant marker.
Some of your plants, herbs or vegetables may be quite similar. Take care to ensure you have plant labels on any pots or beds so as not to confuse one from the other.
Use the scientific or “botanical” nomenclature and the common name of the plants so you can properly identify according to its species. Should you have any problems with it in the future, you can also easily research about it because you know how they are called scientifically.
Why Choose Our Plant Markers for Your Garden?
MCG BioMarkers® are made from recycled plastics and biomass materials. This makes it a cost-efficient and eco-friendly solution. It is also a Certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. Thus, you are not only helping Mother Earth but is also returning to the heroes of our society.
So, what are you waiting for? Start organizing your garden and labeling with our plant markers! Order online, today.