Plastic Flower Garden Markers
Once the paint had dried I wrote the name of the plants in sharpie markers. Using my handy dandy awl (although you could probably do this with a sharp pair of scissors) I poked two holes into the center of each flower. I then cut a piece of garden twine and tightly tied a wooden dowel to the back of each flower. I looped the twine around a few times so the flower would not slip. Once all the dowels had been attached the Bee helped me place the garden markers into their proper places. The flowers look beautiful adding a bright pop of color into our green garden and the best part no more trying to remember what we planted where!
Source – A Childhood List