You Know You’re Addicted to Gardening When…

A little gardening humor as we get ready to move into August. Happy gardening.

Laidback Gardener

20170717G Noah Mandel, Flickr Sometimes gardening gets a bit out of hand! Photo: Noah Mandel, Flickr

  1. You have a nagging desire pull out weeds in other people’s gardens.
  2. You steal the bags of leaves your neighbors put out on the street to use as compost or mulch.
  3. You can never get your fingernails clean
  4. You arrive early so you can be first in line when the botanical garden holds its rare plant sale.
  5. Your vacation plans are largely based on garden visits.
  6. Every home remodeling project includes more space for plants.
  7. When you get home after a hard day at work, you visit your garden before saying hello to your spouse.
  8. Total strangers recognize you as the person they saw wandering in a garden in pajamas holding a cup of coffee.
  9. There are always pots of unplanted plants at the end of your driveway.
  10. You have more pairs of gardening gloves than socks.
  11. You insist…

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Strafford County Master Gardeners Association, part of the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, is fifty+ gardeners strong, educating through gardening in Strafford County New Hampshire.
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One Response to You Know You’re Addicted to Gardening When…

  1. Oddment says:

    Apparently I’m non-addicted: NEVER have I had the compulsion to pull other people’s weeds! But that part about the fingernails…well, that could be a sign. Thanks for the chuckle.

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