Saturday, July 14, 2012


Have been seen in your garden in your pajamas & rubber clogs.

Can never ever account for all your trowels or pairs of snippers.

Take pictures of your compost bucket and post the pic to Twitter & Instagram  @DirtandMartinis

Know you will be participating in #gardenchat every Monday night 9-10 p.m. ET, right @BG_garden 

Find great satisfaction in crushing Japanese beetles, lily beetles, slugs and snails.

Family knows to check the garden before filing a missing person's report.Tiffany @songbirdtiff 

Can be found at night, roaming your garden with a flashlight and a container of salt, for slugs.

Are delighted in having a Full compost bowl on your kitchen counter.

Regularly check for local nursery and mail order nursery sales.
With each year, your lawn area gets considerably smaller.

Purchase carloads of plants are without particular planting spots in mind.

Know Annie @GreenSoil makes· MooPoo in California.

Plan vacation trips around the locations of botanical gardens, nurseries, arboreta and garden tours.

Always carry a shovel, plastic bags and bottled water in your trunk -as emergency tools.

Appreciate your Master Gardener badge more than your jewelry.

Try to sneak home a 7 foot Japanese Maple and wonder if your spouse will notice.
Would rather shop in a nursery than a clothing store.

Take or send every single person who enters your house on a “garden tour.”

Randomly pull weeds wherever you go.

Look at your child’s sandbox and see a raised bed garden.

Cruise the neighborhood looking for things to use in your garden

Ask for @coronatools for Christmas, Mother/Father’s day, Birthday and any other occasion you can think of.

Brake for tantalizing garden vignettes, hidden garden views, and Plant Sales.

Name garden beds after the people whose plants fill them.

Cannot look at a given plant in your garden without thinking of who gave it to you or told you about it.

Are frequently mistaken for a staff member by other nursery shoppers.

You randomly pull weeds wherever you go.

Go out ‘with the guys’ for some beers and find yourself dead-heading the geraniums in the beer garden while your friends try flirting with the waitress.

Are on a first name basis with staff from at least 6 nurseries.

Can be found reading or writing about Gardening if..
1- it is too hot to garden
2- it is too rainy to garden
3-it is too cold to garden

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