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Re: garden tags

Cidjohnson@aol.com wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I've completely lost track of who said the following...
> << > >you can also use some scrap vinyl siding and cut it into strips then cut
>  >to length..... > >>
> but I'd like to know if this stuff holds up better than the nursery tags that
> often come with plants that get brittle in cold weather and break into pieces
> if they are bumped.

It holds up on houses.....you can also cut it into smaller pieces and get some
aluminum closeline or coated wire and bend  loop in it then put a hole in the tag
and attach it and make the wire what ever height you like. just a thought........

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