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Creating a Farmhouse Garden.

It has been such a joy to work with our friends at The Home Depot to create our farmhouse garden this year. Follow along with us to get all the little details on my new favorite space of my home.

Creating a Farmhouse Garden

If you’ve been over on our Instagram at all lately you *may* have noticed that we planted an amazing farmhouse garden this season.  I am so thrilled to have teamed up with my Atlanta friends over at The Home Depot for a six-part garden series and today they’re launching the first segment over on their blog (here).

Like most other areas in my life, I love for my garden to be beautiful, effortless + utilitarian too. I’m calling my approach to this kind of garden a “Farmhouse Garden” because the herbs, vegetables and fruits take you easily from garden to recipe and into the home for entertaining with fresh elements like garden bouquets you can do yourself, right from the yard.

Pop over to The Home Depot Blog to get the scoop on how to Create a Farmhouse Garden of your very own – CLICK HERE.

Please note this post may contain affiliate links. We teamed up with our friends at The Home Depot for our garden related content this season. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting our partners, like The Home Depot, who help us bring you lots of great stories here at heirloomed blog!


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