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19 Responses

  1. Christa. Brendel says:

    Whwn I travel one and a 100 kilometres both ways to create a permaculture garden on our new property 3 years before we build on there to retire in Wonthaggi.

  2. Grace says:

    You know you’re a permie when you spend the work day trying not to procrastinate on growing tips and gardening websites.

  3. michelle says:

    … you mistake every problem for a solution. Oh wait.

  4. Melissa says:

    You are out at 11.30 pm at night planting potatoes

  5. You know you are permie when you, no matter what, want to have your own veggie garden, even if you live in an apartment, and after a while, you realize all your plants are growing amazing.

  6. Kristie says:

    you look at the whole picture, not just the garden (though definitely the most fun), and consider how can we do better to make it more sustainable – ecologically, socially, biologically, environmentally and so many more ‘icallys’ i can’t think of!

  7. A.T. says:

    You know you’re a permie when you read your old PDC textbook years down the track and have enough knowledge, experience and humility to recognise all the mistakes, flaws and missing caveats in it.

  8. Hayley says:

    You know you’re a permie when you can get super excited about dirt, your guests get very confused at your place about which bin is for what, cornflour is for dry shampooing your hair and sage leaves for brushing your teeth!

  9. You ask all your neighbours for their green waste.

  10. Carol Woolcock says:

    You know you are a permie when all you want for Christmas is a hive and bees.

  11. Jacqueline says:

    You know you’re a permie when…you dream of swales

  12. Jacqueline says:

    You know you’re a permie when…everything has to have a companion

  13. Jen says:

    When….you are known around the neighbourhood as the woman who gives away pumpkins.

  14. Louise says:

    You know your a permie when slug hunting after planting seedlings at night becomes second nature, & your resentment of weeds ebbs toward appreciation

  15. Moira says:

    When it’s normal to wee in the garden.

  16. Sinead says:

    When your finger nails are always black with dirt.

  17. Stefany says:

    All I need to know about life I learned from gardening – patience, time, love, and hard labour! Heaps of memories in my backyard 🙂

  18. Rosalind dyer says:

    Your a permie when rain, hail or shine your happiest in the garden up to your elbows in dirt

  19. Carol Rittner says:

    When I spend so much time, saving seeds, and growing lovely trees for friends, My peach trees are lovely and so healthy and the fruit is sweet.

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