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RE: Garden labels, garden shows


Ooh-- what do I win? A lifetime supply of garden label holders?!? (just
kidding)

If you do snap a picture some time, I would be interested in seeing
it...

Donna

> 
> Hey Donna, your first guess is right, you are the big winner!  The
label
> holder is soldered to a heavy wire stake, that is put into the ground
next
> to the plant that is to be identified.  Remember, I started this
project
> on
> a day I had nothing better to do, and it just mushroomed.
> 
> 
> 
> > So what do you do- crimp the edge of the cooper part to hold/fit the
> > vinyl part inside like a frame?
> >
> > Confused... no doubt about it...think I will stick with eon's....I
can
> > peal off the label- maybe.
> >
> > Donna

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