Artline Garden Marker Review

As the Chelsea Flower Show gets underway its hard to imagine a summer without it. This year our eyes can feast on the labours of a large number of newbie designers exhibiting for the first time.

Artline Garden Marker

I’m no expert in the garden & as I sit in the welcome sunshine searching for inspiration in my tiny plot on the landscape, what better time to write about an Artline Garden Marker.

Designed especially for use outdoors these markers have black ink that is

  • Quick Drying
  • Fade Resistant
  • Low Odour
  • Xylene Free
  • Alcohol based

Artline are renowned for their markers, they make high quality products at competitive prices The Garden Marker has a fine bullet tip that will write a 0.8mm line on plastic, wood, glass & metal. It can be used for labelling your fruit & veg pots & containers or anything else you come across in the garden for that matter.

I pondered over how many seeds I’d need to plant to be able to recreate the scents that fill the Great Pavilion at this popular function hosted by the RHS, well I can dream can’t I?

Held over 5 days in the grounds of the Royal Chelsea Hospital in South West London, this gardeners delight of an event is about to play host to 550 exhibits, over twice the number that entered the first show way back in 1913.

These pens are free from Xylene so any dizziness or fatigue that you may feel after using this Artline Marker is more likely to be from over exertion with a fork & spade than the fumes from the pen! They also comply with RoHS guidelines so you won’t get any nasty surprises from hazardous substances.

Blog post finished & armed with my marker I think I’ll go off & plant a few seeds.

Artline Garden Marker written review

Artline Garden Marker written review

One thought on “Artline Garden Marker Review

  1. Unfortunately the only use I’d have for this in my garden would be to label my plant graves. I managed to kill a yukka plant which my mum assured me was unkillable and even I could keep one alive. Sorry mum! I’m trying my luck with a cactus now. Maybe I can use this marker to draw a tally on my fence for every month it survives.

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