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Memorial Keepsakes

Lush Greens Personalized Memorial Garden Plant Stake

Lush Greens Personalized Memorial Garden Plant Stake

Our personalized garden stake can be placed in any pot or outdoor garden. This design provides a lush green landscape with touches of white flowers set behind your loved one's photo. We offer 3 free lines of your personalized text (2 lines on the stake and 1 line along the vertical handle). Decorate your yard, potted plant, small garden or gravesite with our personalized memorial garden stake! Perfect for indoor or outdoor use. UV resistant, easy to clean with a high gloss finish!

Remember a loved one by placing this stake into any plant that is reminiscent of his or her memory. Perhaps you want to buy a floral plant or bouquet as a sympathy gift, add this personalized garden stake and make it extra special. Our specially formulated outdoor aluminum has been tested to resist wind and impact, making it ideal for our beautiful artwork, photography, signage and all types of display.

  • Rounded Corner Square Memorial Garden Stake, Sturdy and Durable Aluminum, 1-Sided, 2.75" x 6.9" x .045"
  • Self standing, places directly into soil and stands upright; 3 Lines of your personalized text with 1 submitted photo of your choice!
  • Please allow 3-4 days for production; Gift card optional
Regular price $23.00 USD
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How To Wear A Memorial Button

Wearing a memorial button is a deeply personal and meaningful gesture, and there are no strict rules on how to wear it. However, many choose to affix the button to their clothing, typically on a lapel or collar, where it is easily visible. Some may opt to pin it to a purse, bag, or even a hat, depending on personal preference. The important thing is to wear the button in a way that feels comfortable and allows for easy visibility, ensuring that the memory of the departed is honored and remembered wherever one goes. Consider the different options for attaching the button to clothing, such as using a pin or clip, in order to find the most comfortable and visible placement.