Ribbons are a great idea....bet they will go far with as little as you have to use to mark each one.
I used to hate throwing out seedlings..........even though I knew they were useless to me and I should use the space for something worthy or my favorites introduced by others. I got relieved of the anguish when my gardening neighbor begged to have my throw aways. I had shared may flowers from my gardens with her, since she is on a fixed income and can't afford much buying of such things..............so, what a nice deal. She gets new flowers....and she loves them all..........and I get spared having to trash anything...LOL!
Life is just working itself out! :)
Have a great day all
On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 9:50 PM, Mike Greenfield <firstname.lastname@example.org
I went to buy those bright colored flags on a wire to mark my
rejected seedlings. The price was high. I bought a 200 foot roll of plastic tape
to tie around stalks. $1.99 I let most of the rejects finish blooming