Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Five Step Program for SMS - Help Is On The Way :: Fine Gardening, July 30, 2010
Do you suffer from SMS? Saturday Morning Syndrome is common among gardeners, but frequently goes undetected. The effects of SMS manifest as a garden filled with plants that appear to have been randomly catapulted from a speeding train, then smashed together into an undifferentiated mass of jumbled foliage and clashing colors.
Take this painless diagnostic test to learn if you are among the many gardeners who suffer from this embarrassing and expensive condition.
Do you find it impossible to resist the mysterious power that overtakes your steering wheel as you drive past a nursery?
Does your blood pressure shoot up like a bottle rocket on the 4th of July as you approach the shiny new plants cleverly arranged by the nursery's sorcerer, er, I mean merchandizing specialist?
Have you found yourself waking from a dreamlike state, driving home with dozens of strange plants lovingly strapped into the back seat of your car?
Do you find yourself stumbling around your yard, arms extended zombie-like, a plant in each hand, mumbling "Where can I put these?" as you search unsuccessfully for three square millimeters of bare space where you can squeeze in just one more plant?
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