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Re: Labels

In a discussion on the iris-l earlier, someone suggested that you use 
aluminum mini blinds cut up for plant stakes.  I called a local blind 
shop to see if they had any mistakes or blinds that customers hadn't 
picked up that they would be willing to sell at a reduced rate.  When I 
explained what I wanted them for, they said they had some they had 
removed from a house that I could have.  These can be cut to whatever 
length that you want with tin snips and you can either put a point at one 
end or leave both ends square.  I can't remember who came up with this 
orginally, but we have found it to be great.

Hope this helps.

Nancy Kraus
Watsonville, CA - Coastal Zone 8 or 9

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