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Garden signs don’t just keep order in the borders; they also add a nice touch to your garden. In addition to flowers and plants – stones, garden figures and signs can create the oasis a garden represents for many people.
What most people associate with garden signs are nice small signs that stick up out of the ground indicating what the plant or flower is called. Of course, garden signage also include other types of signs as well.
In order to achieve the feeling you want, you can create your own personalised garden sign. The text, shape, material and design are up to you. On our Design Page you can choose freely how you would like to design your very own, personalised garden sign.
A plaque with the name of the plant being grown is the most common garden sign. In this case, the plaques has the function of indicating what’s going to grow up out of the ground, but it also clearly shows the names of the various flowers and plants when they eventually bloom in their full splendour.
Welcome signs are not just to welcome guests to your home. They can just as easily be used to welcome someone for a pleasant, relaxing time in the garden. The welcome sign can be hanged over the fence, screwed or taped on gates or walls. Explore our wide selection of fixing methods in our Design Tool and find what suites your requirements.
In large and public gardens, or in allotments, signs can inform dog owners to clean up after their dogs. In such cases, they can be designed so that they look nice and blend in with the style of the garden.
We have some garden sign ideas for you. The garden sign do not have to be boring at all. Most garden signs are actually very funny and cute. The garden sign can have funny text like 'Be aware of dandelions' or 'trespassers will be composted''. The sign could also have cute images of flowers or birds. Design a fun sign today in our Design Tool.
It is relatively common to have plaques in the garden with serene and thoughtful messages. A few examples are “This garden will be PERFECT... one day” or “Stress-free zone” which clearly indicate that the garden is meant to be enjoyed.
A fun and creative garden sign idea is to colour-match the sign to what is being grown, e.g. a purple sign for aubergine, red for strawberries and green for your herbs.
Our plastic garden signs last a long time and they are easy to wash off and reuse for the next coming season.