Help organize plants in your garden or nursery with this 4-Piece Metal Herb Marker Set from Smith & Hawken™. This set includes four herb markers for sage, basil, oregano and mint for easy organization of herbs. Featuring pointed tips for easy installation in planters, they feature a gold finish with the debossed herb names and respective leaf accents on top for easy identification and eye-catching appeal.
Smith & Hawken™: Est. Mill Valley
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Estimated ship dimensions: 2.5 inches length x 0.1 inches width x 8.5 inches height
Estimated ship weight: 0.44 pounds
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A fine addition to the garden. These herb markers have finally given me something that can last more than 1 season to help me keep organized. They're a dull metal, so I expect them to keep up just fine. I may add some paint to the herb names to help them stand out more, but till will tell.
Visually, these work well in the ground and in planters. The stake part of the label varies in size. Basil is the tallest of the four labels, but it has the shortest stake: the basil stake is more than an inch shorter than the mint label’s stake - just something to keep in mind when it comes to container depth. The leafy part of the label is welded on. The length of the basil stems could allow the leaves to bend if you aren’t careful. I like these labels. I have only ever grown herbs outdoors, and these labels have nudged me into trying an indoor windowsill herb garden. My only complaint is there isn't a label for thyme!
I love these BUT...they're woefully inaccurate! "Mint" looks like cilantro, the "oregano" leaves are much too big, and the "sage" leaves are too small. They are a heavy-duty metal that feels sturdy and satisfying. They would last longest used in an indoor windowsill herb garden, although it's awfully tempting to use them outside. I do think the finish would be dull after one summer.
These are way bigger and chunkier than I thought. I was hopping to put them in pots with my herbs but I feel like they are better used in maybe a raised bed or an area that is large. They are cute but I don't love them.
These are so cute !!! I almost didn’t want to put them outside and use them . I like it’s embossed with the herb name and is more prominent than just a paper sticking out the ground . Made of metal and not flimsy.
I was disappointed in these. The leaves don't match the description, the quality is pretty poor. I'll use them as markers as the stakes are easy to use, but I wouldn't recommend these if you're looking for something as decorative.
I love the rustic design and quality construction of this 4 piece Metal Herb Marker Set from Smith & Hawken. This company is my favorite garden resource because of items like these stakes. The hammered metal and “hand stamped”-look labels are so adorable. Although my herb garden won’t get started until spring, I’m already outside dreaming of the layout and where I’ll place these stakes. They’re extremely well-made and attractive.
I am currently using the herb markers in planters in my kitchen and they look great. I plan to use them in my outdoor garden in the spring. The markers are made of sturdy metal. I love that the names of the herbs are etched on the markers, no need to write the names myself. The herb leaf patterns at the top make it easy to identify the different herbs at a glance.
I really love the look of this four piece metal marker herb set by Smith & Hawken! The set includes basil, sage, oregano and mint. They are the perfect size for my indoor starter plants. You can also use them outside if you prefer. They are really pretty and easy to read.
Not sure if there was a mixup or if the designers have never seen an herb garden, but the “mint” leaf is definitely a parsley leaf, and the oregano leaves are much larger than the sage. One of my oregano leaves arrived broken but it is repairable. All that said….the stakes are excellent quality, and so pretty. I’m looking forward to using them.
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Maygen03 - 5 months ago
These markers are stunning! I am using them inside in my window sill and they just add some pizazz to my newly planted herbs.