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On The 10th Day of Christmas-Citrus Guy Style

By Thecitrusguy @SCCitrusguy

     Today, we will discuss a few smaller items that might be good for Stocking Stuffers or if you just need a small gift. These are miscellaneous things that, while by themselves may not seem overly exciting, they can and WILL be very useful! (Amazon Affiliate Links Alert)
On The 10th Day of Christmas-Citrus Guy Style
On The 10th Day of Christmas-Citrus Guy Style #1-4" Plant Tags-
My mother may disagree with me on this, but, tagging plants is very important! Especially when you have multiples of the same thing planted, i.e. seeds in pots. You need to know whether that little thing coming up is a carrot, fennel, tomato, or a weed. These multi-color tags are ideal for grouping things into different categories. All of your peppers could be blue, tomatoes red, etc.
On The 10th Day of Christmas-Citrus Guy Style#2-Twist Tie Roll-
This handy roll of 328 feet of coated twist tie material is ideal for tieing up tomatoes or other plants that are rather sprawly. Having a roll of this material with a handy cutter makes it easier to use as much or as little as you need for any particular job.
On The 10th Day of Christmas-Citrus Guy Style#3- Aluminum Plant Tags-
These tags are designed more for already established plants. I use them on all of my citrus, camellias, and fruiting plants. These plant labels are made of high-quality aluminum material, which is sturdy and durable, can be used for years in any environment. They are Waterproof and Sun Resistant and your label is permanent and remains legible for years. You have plenty of space to write on with a ballpoint pen, pencil, or another sharp object.
     Your gardener will love these little items. Again, they are not very sexy by themselves but believe me, they DO come in handy!
     As always I am available to answer any questions, please e-mail me at T[email protected] or .net.
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Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays!
Happy Growing!
Darren

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