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Re: Hosta markers

I use the Brother p touch label maker. I made aluminum tags from scrap
pieces of
aluminum siding and drilled a hole at one end. I made the stakes using
covered bottom fence wiring cutting them into short lengths and curling the
one end
over a hoe handle and then attaching then hosta label.Works great and looks

-----Original Message-----
From: DrsJavinsky,Little <SusanLittleDVM@compuserve.com>
To: INTERNET:hosta-open@mallorn.com <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Wednesday, January 27, 1999 12:14 PM
Subject: re: Hosta markers

>Dear Patty:
><<<I use the metal markers, but on the advice of someone on this list, I
>bought a Casio label maker last summer. I think it was around $50. It works
>wonderfully and the labels have lasted throughout this winter so far. Look
>exactly like when I put them out there last summer.
>I,too,got tired of re-writing the names each Spring. >>>
>I have a Brother P-touch label maker. Do you think this would work? do the
>labels stick on the markers well ? I have metal markers and I never thought
>of using the label maker to put labels on them ! which is strange,
>considering I label everything <<gg>>
>Susan Little DVM
>Diplomate ABVP (Feline)
>Bytown Cat Hospital
>Ottawa, Canada
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