A couple of months ago, Allsop sent an e-mail asking if I'd like to try a couple of their garden products. Since I'd already reviewed their WheelEasy LE canvas wheelbarrow (and love it), as well as having admired the plant tags for awhile now, I enthusiastically agreed.
Their plant tags come in sets of six, with a choice of design - herbal or botanical. I chose the herbal. The tags themselves are made of flexible opaque rubber and are UV treated to enhance their use outside. They come in an attractive presentation folder.
I put one outside several weeks ago where it only gets a small amount of morning sun, the rest of the time being in dappled shade. Unfortunately, the rubber yellowed and I find it unattractive.
I also used one in one of my house plant containers. It too looks great. The website does advise that after a period of time outside or in the sun, the lettering may be harder to remove and that the rubber may yellow from exposure.
The plant tags sell for $15.99 for the set of six. One more minor complaint (besides the yellowing) is that the steel planting stakes are too short for my preference. Adding a few more inches to them would make their use more practical for outdoors. In house plant pots, the current height is sufficient, but could benefit from an inch or two of additional height as well.