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Boxed gift set of six round and one oval Earthmarks garden markers
Herb Garden Gift Collection

Our 30 Most Popular
Herb Garden Markers

    1-15            16-30

Italian Parsley
Sweet Basil
Lemon Balm
Lemon Thyme
Curly Parsley
Flat Leaf Parsley
French Tarragon
Chocolate Mint
Greek Oregano
Thai Basil
Garlic Chives

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Herb Garden Marker Durability Test

Rosemary herb garden marker in snowEarthmarks herb garden markers are completely weatherproof, and to prove it, Jackson conducted a year-long durability test.

Most flower pots are made of terra cotta clay, which is very porous and readily absorbs water.  When the water freezes, it expands, causing minute cracks in the clay.  After repeated freeze/thaw cycles, the cracks get larger, and eventually cause the entire pot to crack.  While Earthmarks herb garden markers have the same attractive color and appearance of terra cotta, they are made of a much more durable stoneware clay; they are far less absorbent and are unaffected by freeze/thaw weather cycles.  We even proved it in a durability test where we froze/thawed the same garden marker over 1000 times!

Earthmarks herb garden marker in freezer during durability testIn this test, a round Earthmarks herb garden marker (detached from stake) was exposed to cycles of freezing and thawing to determine what effect severe seasonal weather would have on our herb garden markers.

Over a period of 1 year, the test marker was frozen (wet), then thawed, 1001 times.  In addition, the frozen marker was subjected to quick-thaw/high-temperature tests when we moved it from the freezer to the microwave oven 12 times, boiling off the water (once each month), and also from the freezer to a hot plate where it was heated until the moisture boiled off and the herb garden marker was hot and dry (also once each month).

Herb garden marker in microwave oven during durability testPeriodically, the herb garden marker was evaluated for damage or weakness.

The test was concluded after 1 year and 1001 freeze/thaw cycles because — well, because common sense finally prevailed and Vicki reclaimed the freezer, the microwave, and the front of the refrigerator where the tally sheet had been posted.

You can be assured that your Earthmarks herb garden markers will last for years!



  • Herb garden marker kept wet continuously for maximum stress
  • Alternately frozen to -20° F and thawed to 70° F
  • 1001 freeze/thaw cycles (almost 3 cycles per day, average)
  • 12 freeze/boiling cycles from -20° F to 212° F (freezer to microwave oven)
  • 12 freeze/hot plate cycles from -20° F to about 450° F
  • Test lasted 1 full year
  • No damage to Earthmarks herb garden marker whatsoever!



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New for 2014

Italian Marjoram


New for 2013

French Sorrel
Mexican Tarragon
Poblano Pepper


New for 2012

Hens and Chicks
Broccoli Raab


New for 2011

English Cucumber
Boxwood Basil
White Onions
Yellow Onions


New for 2010

Patty Pan Squash
Heirloom Tomato
Pole Bean
Pesto Basil
Mammoth Basil
Small Leaf Basil
Red Potato
Yellow Bell


New for 2009

Flat Leaf Parsley
Four O'Clocks
Mojito Mint
Spaghetti Squash


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