DIY Plant Labels & Markers Creative and Easily

Want some ideas for making your own botanical labels? It’s easy and quick to mark a factory. Try reusing things like pebbles, bamboo skewers, corks, containers, seashells, canned goods, and even broken terracotta pots. Here are some easy-to-do-it-yourself ideas for marking and labeling planters that will get you excited to put your first seedlings in the freshly warmed soil… and making sure you remember what you’ve learned. there! plant.

Wine Corks

For the wine-drinking gardener, a bunch of corks can be turned into cute plant markers quickly and easily. You will also need some wooden dowels or skewers and a permanent marker, in addition to the cork. As the last step, add a layer of polyurethane to make the mark more water-resistant and last longer.
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DIY with Metal Materials

These metal plant labels are so easy and quick to make, and they look like they belong in a great greenhouse, naming rare and beautiful plants. The directions come from “Liz Marie.”


Photo by Liz Marie

Plant Labels & Markers with Rocks

Paint some smooth, flat stones from your yard by hand to bring out your inner artist. Depending on how skilled you are, you can write the name of the plant with a paintbrush or draw a picture of the plant with acrylic paint. Finish your beautiful work with a clear gloss to protect it from the weather.

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Self-Watering with Wooden Box

In just a few minutes, you can learn how to make these custom-looking botanical labels by hand stamping these bronze garden markers. This project, based on the song “Home Is Where the Boat Is,” is also very cheap. I’d love to know how long the copper in the garden has been there. Before you use copper, spray it with a sealant to keep it from turning yellow over time.


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Self Watering Bucket & Styrofoam Cup

A quick way to mark plants is with a wooden clothespin that has been cut into the branches and labeled with a pointy end. The outside of the clothespin can be painted.

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Photo by Chatfield Court

Self-watering with Upside-down Planters

This botanical label project from “Our Little Coop” shows how to make garden planters with chalkboard paint and labels. The instructions are easy to follow.


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Self-watering with Rope

These wooden spoons have different colors because they were made with two different kinds of acrylic paint, alphabet stickers, and Mod Podge outdoor sealant.

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Photo by A Cultivated Nest

Self-watering with Upside-down Planters

If you’re sitting on a pile of seashells from a past beach trip, put them to good use by turning them into some unique and interesting botanical markers.

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Photo by Hometalk


This idea for a botanical marker comes from the book “The Micro Gardener,” and we love it! So cool? Terra Cotta Plant Markers: Sharpie + broken terracotta pots = the cutest plant labels ever!


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Self-watering with Upside-down Planters

Paint sticks are something that you just have to make. Mark them with a paint pen after you paint them. This is a very easy craft that pays off very well. Easy peasy!

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Photo by Bliss Fully Domestic