Shipping & delivery
Nothing means more to us than bringing our customers great value and service. We will continue to grow to meet the needs of all our customers, delivering a service beyond all expectations.
How do you ship packages?
Currently, we offer shipping across the U.S. only. Packages from our U.S. warehouse are shipped through USPS.
How long does shipping take?
All orders require 1 business day processing time. The estimated delivery time is 1-3 business days.
Do you provide tracking information?
Yes, you will receive an email with your tracking information.
Will my items be sent in one package?
If you have any other questions, please contact us and we will do our best to help you out.
Ryan Hamilton –
I love the size, the color and that they are made of wood, but I’m upset about the shape.
Gloria Flores –
These were perfect for what I needed! Going on vacay and using a sharpie for each plant and how much/when to water! 👏🏻
Jane Arnold –
Cute little labels, easy to write on, waiting to see how long the labels last, but I didn’t like the size :(((
Pamela Robertson –
I have been searching for a set of wooden stakes that would look good in my many decorative plants and new forced bulbs. These are perfect. There are 50 boxes and I’ve already used most of them and will definitely order again.
Rebecca Webb –
These are great markers. I hope they can make it through the winter. One star off because I think they could be a couple of inches longer, especially for outdoor use.
Sharon Butler –
These are PERFECT! But I have zero skill at handwriting. So I got clear labels and printed the names. They’re supposed to be waterproof but I have my doubts. So I put a clear label OVER the printed one. Looks great and works great!
Alexander Daniels –
These Bamboo plant labels were EXACTLY what we needed for our succulent wedding favors and the bride will use the extras in her garden! They are really cute markers. Love all things bamboo and we attached a personalized sticker to each one. PERFECT.
Brian Patel –
I like that they’re organic and not metal. I haven’t used them yet, but I’m hoping a permanent marker won’t fade on them. Only one thing – these are a bit smaller than I had expected. But it’s not a big deal.
Russell McCoy –
I use these as plant markers but have been thinking they are so elegant they might be fun to use as markers for dips or cheese on a casual summer buffet. They come in a sturdy box too. I recommend getting a garden marker to use too.
Nancy Dean –
Duh a great deal for 50!! The only bummer is that permanent marker bleeds when you write on the wood! I highly recommend an ultra fine tip permanent marker instead.
Peter Phillips –
Good quality and really cute! I suggest using a fine point marker when writing on them because the ink bleeds a little. Also the color was lighter than expected, more like birch white, not bamboo brown, but I still really like them, and I would purchase again.
David Reed –
Quick delivery of this product. This is the first year I have used these but I like getting an environmentally friendly marker. Those plastic markers are just terrible and the expensive metal markers aren’t really worth it when you have a larger garden. Easy to write on with a sharpie. Recommend it!
Donna Ross –
Not too big, yet nice for marking plants and I washed some to possibly use for marking a cheese tray. My only problem is they really only last one planting season and permanent markers fade quickly due to watering. Still, I like them enough to order two years in a row.
Amanda Salazar –
I like these for their natural look, their biodegradability, and the large surface on which to write. They make it possible for me to label my garden plants without putting a lot of plastic tags in the garden, which for me, tend to end up as clutter. Obviously, this is a matter of personal preference but I really like these labels.
Amanda Jenkins –
I was looking for something a little nicer than the traditional white markers I’ve seen and came across these. I printed clear labels for all my veggies and they turned out really cute. Even if they do get ruined by the elements I have plenty of extra to make new ones.
Sarah Mitchell –
They are easy to use and look good in a pot. You can write on them with a sharpie (use a narrow tip as space is limited and the ink can smear because you are writing on natural wood). You get many in a box so if they look worn over time just use another. The quality is good and I have no complaints. Better alternative to plastic for the environment.
Julie Webb –
These plant tags are super cute but didn’t last very long. I have most of the boxes in my garden and about half of them randomly split like the picture I have attached. This was in an outdoor garden. My garden was not fenced off so I guess there’s always a possibility that animals did it but I doubt they broke the signs and left the crops. I’ll update later in the season to see how many stand the test of time.
Doris Alexander –
These are great, and better than plastic or stickers. I use them in my seed starting trays, then just transfer them to the garden, or reuse them when they grow the same variety. I’d order these again if I needed to, but I think they are going to last a long time. Oh, and I liked the packaging, compact and sturdy enough to just throw on the self near my seed starts.
Jacqueline McCoy –
I was very happy to find these plant labels because I didn’t want to buy plastic. It is a good value to get 48 bamboo plant labels. I wrote on mine with a permanent sharpie but I could have used stickers, and there are two sides to reuse them as well. I typically plant the same plants annually in my garden so I can keep reusing them. Thanks for this product, just what I wanted.
Henry Burke –
My wife bought these to mark some outdoor and indoor plants. We both love these markers! They have a natural rustic look/feel and a very attractive design. Big enough to use outdoors but a nice size for certain indoor plants also. A Sharpie pen marks them nicely. They’re a very reasonable price and as a bonus it’s nice that they’re made of a natural renewable resource.
Carol Bates –
Sturdy, attractive, natural. The stake portion wicks a bit of moisture from the soil into the lower section of the tag, and I feel like that gives me a visual cue that the soil is still moist below the surface (3rd photo). I find this helpful, but would still recommend you check the soil as you usually would! I think these would be long lasting indoors but maybe more of a 1 season item outdoors in strong elements – all of which is fine with a natural renewable resource!