South East Labels, a Sussex-based labelling supply company, has introduced a new product line aimed at the horticultural market.
According to a spokesman, “Our ‘Loop Lock’ and ‘Stick-in’ labels are ideal for labelling your trees, shrubs and pots. We will be adding more horticultural products in the near future.”
Made from tough and resistant polypropylene, the ‘Loop Lock’ labels are almost impossible to tear. Also known as ‘Loop Holds’ or ‘Tree Ties’, the labels are supplied plain and can be printed on, using a thermal transfer printer, or simply written on, using a permanent marker. Because there is no adhesive, either side can be printed or written on. ‘Loop Locks’ are supplied in rolls of 1,000 and are available in two measurements: 25mm x 229mm or 25mm x 191mm.
‘Stick-ins’, also known as plant pot labels or pot markers, are made from 300-micron-thick polypropylene and are designed to withstand the rigors of British weather. ‘Stick-ins’ are supplied plain, allowing gardeners to print on them, using either a thermal transfer printer or a permanent marker.
These new additions further bolster the company’s impressive range of horticultural products. Interested consumers can try a free sample of polypropylene, ‘Loop Lock’ or ‘Stick-in’ labels by contacting the company via its website.