BioMarker Plant Markers by CobraHead win 2012 Green Thumb Award

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CobraHead is pleased to announce that its BioMarkerTM plant markers won a 2012 Green Thumb award from the Direct Gardening Association.

CobraHead is pleased to announce that its BioMarkerTM plant markers won a 2012 Green Thumb award from the Direct Gardening Association.

Now in its 15th year, the Green Thumb Awards recognize the best new plants and gardening products available each year from gardening catalogs and websites. The Direct Gardening Association (formerly the Mailorder Gardening Association) sponsors the annual Green Thumb Awards. For more information visit http://www.directgardeningassociation.com/pdf/2012_GTA_Winners.01.2012.LR.pdf

Winners of the 2012 Green Thumb Awards were chosen by an independent panel of garden writers and editors. The winning products were selected based on their uniqueness, technological innovation, ability to solve a gardening problem or provide a gardening opportunity.

BioMarkers are easy-to-read, durable, and ecologically friendly. Big and bold with easy-to-read weatherproof labels, the markers are made to last many seasons. The weatherproof labels can be printed on a laser printer or written on directly with a china marker or other permanent marker. The labels will last a full season, or more, and are easily replaceable for marking the next year’s garden.

Said Noel Valdes, owner of CobraHead, “I've trialed these markers and weatherproof labels for two full seasons in my garden. The labels stay on, and you can read them after exposure to sun, rain and snow. I also find the markers useful as plant stakes and for many other uses in the garden. We are happy to be able to offer them to our customers."

BioMarkers are made in Iowa by MCG BioComposites LLC from Duramze™, a blend of tough recycled plastic and corn cob fiber. BioMarkers are available in three colors, Light Stone, Medium Brown and Dark Green.

Please contact CobraHead for additional information.

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