This project may seem a little strange for this time of year but I have good reason for it. Most people think about tagging their plants when they get them or when they plant them in the spring but think about this. In the fall you start pruning back plants and the leaves fall off others. They stop blooming and it gets really hard to tell what they are. Put nametags on them now and then if you want to move them in early spring you'll know for sure what you are moving.
Here's what you'll need:
Empty pop cans.
Poke a hole near the top of the can and cut the top off.
Make a bunch of these tags unmarked for a thoughtful gift.
The beauty of these tags is that they last forever. The water or sun will not affect the embossing.
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This is what it looks like: