We offer elegant, permanent tree and plant identification markers that reflect your hard work at an affordable price.
Ditch the label machine and 'permanent' marking pens that fade after a single season.
Our Stainless Steel markers feature a permanent, corrosion-resistant, UV stable inscription that will probably outlive your plant!
We are proud to be an authorized reseller of the highly-rated Kincaid Plant Markers. These long-lasting markers are made in the USA and recognized by gardeners nationwide and internationally alike as the most reliable and functional garden marker currently available.
The name plate is constructed of 400 series stainless steel and the ground stakes are 13 gauge stainless steel, available in several lengths. Thicker gauge available on request.
Copper has been used by humans for over 10,000 years and occupies a special place in gardens of all types and sizes. It exudes elegance, sophistication, and timeless beauty. Elevate the aesthetic of your private or garden club's display garden with permanently engraved, copper labels.
Crafted in the USA from solid copper (not simply plated), these markers will exceed your expectations. Ground stakes are galvanized steel.
Plastic signage has long been used in residential and public gardens alike. With the recent popularity of home hobby lasers, there are more options than ever available for purchase at local craft fairs and online marketplaces.
As a professional engraving studio, we use American manufactured, top-of-the-line acrylic designed for long-term outdoor exposure - not hobby grade material available at big box stores.
Memorialize loved ones or pets, commemorate a birthday or anniversary, or celebrate a new home with one of our unique, decorative markers, available in a variety of materials, styles, and sizes.
Shrub tags are a discreet way to label your unique perennials while tree makers serve many purposes, ranging from a formal botanical informational sign to a dedication plaque.
Number of characters is limited by the size of the plate and the size of the font. When many characters are on a single line, we scale down the font so that the characters can fit on the line.
While personal preference will take precedence, the following website has some good guidelines: http://www.pinguicula.org/pages/divers/correctly_writing_plant_names.htm Add an answer to this item.
QR codes are an available option on most all plant markers.
Yes, just ask us for a list of customers near you and we would be happy to point you in the right direction.
Physical damage (from animals, falling branches, human kicks, garden hoses, weed whackers, etc.) cannot be predicted. Outside of physical damage, stainless steel markers will likely outlive the plant. Copper markers *will* patina if left untreated and can experience a bit shorter lifespan. We expect UV acrylic labels to last a minimum of 5 years.