Add a touch of style to your garden allotment, vegetable plot, kitchen garden and even your greenhouse plant identification system with these Blackboard Labels - made from wood but looking very much like traditional slate!
Each pack of 10 Blackboard Labels is supplied with a weatherproof white pencil for easy marking of your plant names, varieties and information. You can fit plenty on each 26cm (10") long Blackboard Label and the white pencil can be easily removed at the end of the growing year with an eraser. Both sides of the Blackboard Labels can be used; they'll last you for years and - handwriting permitting - they look the part too!
- Blackboard Labels supplied in packs of 10
- Labels measure 26cm (10") in length
- Each pack supplied with a weatherproof white pencil
- Slate-effect finish
- Manufactured from wood
- Use year after year
- Ideal for garden, allotment, vegetable patch and greenhouse
- Large enough to use in house and patio plant pots
These labels are large enough to be seen, easy to write on with chalk provided. Just what I have been looking for
An excellent product but you don't need one pencil for 10 labels. I needed 100 labels but had to buy 9 unneccessary pencils. Lets have a 100 label pack as an alternative.
What The Press Say
The English GardenMarch 2015
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Amateur Gardening5th April 2014
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'Best Buy' - Features: A generous pack of labels measuring 26cm long x 2cm. Made of wood coated in blackboard paint. Includes a white chinagraph pencil that can be rubbed out with an eraser. Performance: The white pencil proved easy to use and gave lettering that was fairly clear. The longer length of the labels meant there was plenty of space for plant names, which remained legible after the labels were sunk into the ground. Value: Reasonably priced at 50p each - you may quickly use up all 10 as they are suitable for any area of the garden, even to mark clumps of bulbs once foliage has disappeared.