This Scrabble Game Tiles Garden Vegetable Markers Craft Project is a great way to re-purpose yard sale incomplete board games into functional garden tools.
Backyard gardening has become an extremely popular activity these days with homesteaders wanting to grow as much of the food as they they eat. Part of gardening is knowing what type of plants that you put into the soil. One of the best ways is to keep track of the seeds that you sow into the ground is by putting markers into the end of each row of the garden. This DIY project was designed to introduce the reader to a unique way to make garden markers using old Scrabble tiles.
This craft project was created and shared with all of the readers in hopes to help everyone who reads it to be able to make their own unique garden markers. It is the perfect way to repurpose an old Scrabble game that you have stored away in the attic or out in the garage. All of the things that are needed to make the markers are really easy to gather. All of the information is presented in a way that makes it really easy to read and understand.
List of Vegetables:
chickpeas, garbanzos, or ceci beans
lima beans or Butter bean
beet greens (chard)
chard (beet greens)
* Herbs and Spices:
cilantro (also known as coriander)
mushrooms (actually a fungus, not a plant)
New Zealand spinach
scallion (spring onion UK, green onion US)
peppers (biologically fruits, but taxed as vegetables)
* Root vegetables
beetroot (UK) Beet (US)
mangel-wurzel: a variety of beet used mostly as cattlefeed
salsify (Oyster Plant)
squashes (biologically fruits, but taxed as vegetables)
courgette (UK), Zucchini (US)
cucumber (biologically fruits, but taxed as vegetables)
marrow (UK) Squash (US)
tomato (biologically a fruit, but most people think it is a vegetable)
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