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Re: plastic plant labels

Dear Les,

Even better than the metal blinds, are cream colored or white vinyl
blinds.  They can be easily cut with sissors, are very tough, and after
you decide what size you need for large pots, you can cut them in half
for smaller pots, then in half lengthwise for tiny pots or for insertion
into Deno bags.  This last mention, only after you've forgotten to write
contents on the bag, and it's too bulky to be done once full.  These are
even cheaper than the metal ones.  Very handy.   

Sue Zunino

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