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rockery label

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ANBG label system
... the plant, very simple, but must be read vertically. Dimensions 400mm x 25mm, 3mm thick. Rockery labels - designed for smaller plants in garden beds where a sea of stake labels would ... name, family and a distribution map. Dimensions 300mm x 150mm, 3mm thick. Stake label Rockery label Large label See Plant Label Policy for the ANBG for more details. Updated 22 January, 2004 by Murray Fagg ...

Plant Label policy for ANBG
... the plants serve those interests. In determining which plants to label, how many, and with what kind of label (stake label, rockery label, or large label) a number of issues must be considered. Size & health ... either when the plant dies or when the label becomes illegible. Where a name change occurs the stake label will be replaced with a rockery label. Rockery labels are to be used in following ...
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Rock Garden
... spent flowers where practical, especially if the variety can become a nuisance by self-seeding. Label plants which die down for part of the year and trim back unwanted growth. Autumn ... enough the importance of constant care and attention that is needed to create an impressive rockery. Invasive plants demand close watch or they will literally spread everywhere killing off surrounding plants ...

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