Rooted from Yarrow Acres

Rooted from Yarrow Acres Rooted specializes in trendy houseplants and modern pots/planters with super fun gifts!
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Rooted specializes in trendy houseplants and modern pots & planters with super fun gifts!!

Come sit for a spell with our new plant-y pillows
08/24/2023

Come sit for a spell with our new plant-y pillows

New shirt ALERT!! How stinking cute are these… ps.. we also have stickers to match all our shirts not too!!             ...
08/18/2023

New shirt ALERT!! How stinking cute are these… ps.. we also have stickers to match all our shirts not too!!

The Aeschynanthus, otherwise known as the curly lipstick plant, is an evergreen houseplant that blooms year-round. Nativ...
08/10/2023

The Aeschynanthus, otherwise known as the curly lipstick plant, is an evergreen houseplant that blooms year-round. Native to Southeast Asia, this plant gets its nickname from the shape of its red flowers that resemble a tube of lipstick. While they aren’t a vine, they grow similarly, with the flowers clustering around the waxy and pointy leaves. This growth pattern makes them ideal for hanging baskets or draping down the side of furniture. Although you’ll be able to enjoy flowers from this plant nearly all year round, you won’t get much in the way of fragrance. Since these are beginner-friendly plants, their care isn’t complicated. However, it’s always nice to have a clear idea of what a plant needs so you can be sure it lives a long and happy life in your home. If the top 2 or 3 inches of soil are dry, it's time to water your plant. Typically, this is accomplished by lifting the pot out of the drip tray, watering it, letting it drain some, then placing it back in the tray. If your curly lipstick plant is in a hanging basket, you may not need to move it to water it, depending on what is below the basket. In a traditional garden, all you need to do is make sure your soil is well-draining.

We love getting photos of plants that have been purchased from the shop!! Do you have a plant that you love? Share it an...
08/07/2023

We love getting photos of plants that have been purchased from the shop!! Do you have a plant that you love? Share it and tag us in it!!

Monstera minima is a leafy, tropical houseplant with large, heart-shaped, split leaves. As an easy-care indoors vining p...
08/05/2023

Monstera minima is a leafy, tropical houseplant with large, heart-shaped, split leaves. As an easy-care indoors vining plant, a potted Monstera minima is ideal for adding an exotic touch to any room. Monstera minima has lobed leaves that dangle elegantly over hanging baskets or grow up a supporting frame or moss pole. To care for Monstera minima, grow the vining plant in bright, indirect light. Monstera minima performs best growing in well-drained, peaty soil. Water when the top layer of soil is dry.

Add some life to your dorm room!  Some plants can thrive in lower light conditions and bring joy and extra oxygen to you...
07/28/2023

Add some life to your dorm room! Some plants can thrive in lower light conditions and bring joy and extra oxygen to your home away from home! Great dorm plants include snake plants, pothos, terrariums, tillandsias, and marimo moss balls. Come visit us and choose your college tagalong buddy.

07/26/2023
If you want to get people talking about the elephant in the room, this is the elephant you need. The leaves on this bran...
07/23/2023

If you want to get people talking about the elephant in the room, this is the elephant you need. The leaves on this brand new fern get so giant that people won't be able to keep from talking about it. How huge do the leaves get? We're talking elephant-sized: up to 4-feet wide. Staghorn ferns can be grown in many ways: in a pot or mounted on a slab of wood, tree fern fiber, or a wire basket. They do well indoors and outdoors in areas where freezes rarely occur. We have 2” babies in stock!! Be sure to come grab your elephant. 🐘🍃🌿

The Silver Satin (Scindapsus pictus) is native to Southeast Asia and has the reputation of being one of the easiest hous...
07/18/2023

The Silver Satin (Scindapsus pictus) is native to Southeast Asia and has the reputation of being one of the easiest houseplants to keep alive. It is known for its heart-shaped matte leaves, splashed with spots of iridescent gray, and fast-growing trailing vines. A mature Silver Satin can grow vines between 4-10 feet long depending on conditions. 

The genus name is derived from the Greek word 'skindapsos', which is said to mean “upon tree trunks” in reference to the plants growth habit. In the wild, Scindapsus grows as an epiphyte climbing along the trunks and limbs of trees attaching themselves with aerial roots. Therefore, it's a great specimen to train to climb up a coir pole, or placed on a ledge/shelf to cascade over as a trailing plant!

They thrive in medium to bright indirect light, but can tolerate low indirect light.

Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.

This plant can be toxic if ingested. Best practice is always to keep houseplants out of reach of small children and pets. pictus

Peperomia polybotrya, also known as Coin-Leaf Peperomia or Raindrop Peperomia, is a delightful addition to your housepla...
07/16/2023

Peperomia polybotrya, also known as Coin-Leaf Peperomia or Raindrop Peperomia, is a delightful addition to your houseplant collection. The glossy green, thick, heart-shaped leaves are beautiful and the plant remains pretty compact so it is great for smaller spaces! Native to Colombia and Peru, this upright grower doesn’t get much larger than about 12-15 inches or so, so it can work for any space! Raindrop Peperomia prefers the ubiquitous “bright indirect light” and warm temperatures (try not to go below 60F). That being said, indoors I give my plant a little bit of direct sun. Your plant will be happy in an Eastern exposure window where it receives gentler morning sunshine. A nice big Northern exposure window will also work. Allow your plant’s soil to dry out pretty well before watering again. In fact, let it go almost completely dry, and then water thoroughly. Make sure your pot has a drainage hole and always allow excess water to drain away. Never let your plant sit in water or you will increase chances of your plant rotting. The thick, fleshy leaves store a good amount of moisture, so it is important that your soil dries out almost completely. Allow at least the top half of the soil to dry out before thinking about watering again. That being said, don’t wait forever after the soil has completely dried out. If you hold off watering for too long, the lower leaves will yellow and your plant will get leggy.

Did you hear the news… well… WEEKEND PLANT SHOPPING IS A MUST… so yea, we will see you this weekend! Come in and spend o...
07/15/2023

Did you hear the news… well… WEEKEND PLANT SHOPPING IS A MUST… so yea, we will see you this weekend! Come in and spend over $50 this weekend and get a free plant while supplies last!!

Among the various types of begonias, Begonia rex is one of the most beautiful and dramatic plants. Sometimes called pain...
07/14/2023

Among the various types of begonias, Begonia rex is one of the most beautiful and dramatic plants. Sometimes called painted-leaf begonias or fancy-leaf begonias, these plants are known for their variegated leaves. They frequently have large leaves (up to 6 inches long) that are brightly colored in various shades of green, red, silver and even purple. These plants are grown almost exclusively for their foliage—their blooms tend to be small and less showy and many growers pinch off blooms to maintain breathtaking leaf displays. Rex begonia is a semi-tropical perennial plant normally grown as an outdoor container plant or houseplant. The forms sold commercially are carefully cultivated varieties of the B. rex species native to parts of eastern Asia. If planted in the garden (a relatively rare occurrence), rex begonia is grown as an annual in all but the warmest climates. Rex begonias like bright, indirect light year-round. Because they are not aggressive bloomers, they can tolerate less light than other begonias and will thrive under fluorescent lights. Rex begonias require regular water, but be careful not to overwater them. They thrive on humidity but be careful if misting leaves that they don’t stay too wet and encourage powdery mildew. Let the soil surface become dry to the touch before watering. But don’t let the soil become overly dry or the plant will begin to wither. The soil should be watered to feel slightly, but evenly moist. We get our Rex begonias locally and they are for sure show stoppers!

07/12/2023

Get excited…. We are opening a Mom & Me Terrarium class!! Tuesday July 25th, 2023 10:30-11:30AM
$60 per child & Parent- includes ONE terrarium and refreshments!
Spots open: 8

Making a terrarium is an easy, fun and artistic way to bring the beauty of nature inside your home! Join us to learn more as we teach you how to create a terrarium and make it your own! Please plan to bring your own glass vessel with lid to build your terrarium with. We will supply you with the sand, gravel, soil and up to 3 plants for your terrarium (additional plants can be purchased).

10% off in the store that day

Rooted specializes in trendy houseplants and modern pots/planters with super fun gifts!

Dish Garden ClassMonday July 24, 20235:30-7:30PMMaking a dish garden is an easy, fun and artistic way to bring the beaut...
07/11/2023

Dish Garden Class
Monday July 24, 2023
5:30-7:30PM

Making a dish garden is an easy, fun and artistic way to bring the beauty of nature inside your home! Join us to learn more as we teach you how to create a dish garden and make it your own!

Please plan to bring your own dish to build your garden with. We will supply you with the sand, gravel, soil and up to three 2” plants for your garden (additional plants can be purchased). This "Happy hour with Plants" class series so you can BYOB or enjoy some complimentary wine & snacks! Hope to see you see you there, must be 21+ to drink and 16+ to come!

Spots open: 10

10% off in the store that night *SPACE IS LIMITED SO THEREFORE THE CLASS IS NON-REFUNDABLE OR EXCHANGEABLE

BACK IN STOCK!! Let talk about the Peperomia Hope. There are many types of Peperomia plants, but the P. ‘Hope’ is really...
07/10/2023

BACK IN STOCK!! Let talk about the Peperomia Hope. There are many types of Peperomia plants, but the P. ‘Hope’ is really something special. The hope is a hybrid of Peperomia quadrifolia and Peperomia deppeana. So I guess this is what happens when you cross two adorable Peperomia varieties! The resulting cultivar is the Peperomia Hope scientific name P. rotundifolia… so-named for its “rotund” or round leaves. “Hope” is definitely cuter and simpler to remember. Peperomias are generally small plants, making them well-suited for your desk or on top of a dresser. Since the Peperomia ‘Hope’ can grow long, trailing stems, it would make an especially cute addition to your bookshelf. Peperomia Hope light needs are not too demanding. To ensure a happy plant, make sure yours gets at least a few hours of medium indirect light, preferably in a south or east-facing window. P. Hope’s bright green, succulent-like leaves may fade if left in low light for too long. This plant does not like to be water-logged. Let the top two inches dry out between watering or around every 7-10 days.

How cute are these tillandsia cages that we just got in!?!
07/07/2023

How cute are these tillandsia cages that we just got in!?!

Fittonia (also known as the Nerve Plant, Mosaic Plant or Net Plant) might just be the cutest little drama queen you’ve e...
07/07/2023

Fittonia (also known as the Nerve Plant, Mosaic Plant or Net Plant) might just be the cutest little drama queen you’ve ever met. Why the drama? Neglect your watering routine on your fittonia and it will wilt like a coffee fiend on a caffeine fast. Luckily for you, fittonia just wants attention and will perk back up after you give it a drink. (For extra fun, capture this on a time lapse.) If you’re going to love your fittonia, you’re going to have to love watering it. Although it will ‘faint,’ or wilt, when it’s feeling even a little bit thirsty, you don’t want to get in the habit of letting it do that before you water it. Fittonia do not like to have their soil dry out, but they don’t like it to be wet, either. Instead, a “barely moist” atmosphere is the way to go. They prefer bright, indirect light—think: north- or east-facing windows—or light through a filtered curtain (perhaps a few feet away from a sunny window). Never place this plant in direct sun. These little gals are always in stock at the shop and make sure a fun statement in any home!

Welcome to our JUNGLE.. stop by the store today from 10-3:30pm and let the girls teach you about the amazing Staghorns w...
07/04/2023

Welcome to our JUNGLE.. stop by the store today from 10-3:30pm and let the girls teach you about the amazing Staghorns we have in store!! There are dozens of species of staghorn ferns, and until recently, they were quite rare. Now though--thanks to species native to Australia, Platycerium bifurcatum, that is relatively easy to care for and propagate--they’re increasingly popular house plants. Though you can find young staghorn ferns sold in pots, mature plants need to be mounted to a board or hung in a hanging basket. Why? Because, like air plants, staghorn ferns are epiphytic plants, which means that in they grow on other plants or trees in their natural growing environments. Fern leaves are actually called fronds, and staghorn ferns have two types. The first, and most prominent, is the “antler” frond - these are the large, bifurcated leaves that shoot out of the center of the plant, and from which staghorn ferns get their names, since they resemble the antlers of deer or moose. Spores develop on the lower these fronds, and look a bit like brown fuzz -- don’t remove the spores! This is a no-no in staghorn fern care. The second type of staghorn fern frond is called the shield frond. These are the round, hard plate-like leaves that surround the base of the plant. Their function is to protect the plant roots, and take up water and nutrients. These fronds start out green, but eventually turn brown and dry up. This is a totally normal part of the staghorn fern life-cycle -- in fact, this is one of the most common misconceptions in staghorn fern care. A brown shield frond does not mean your staghorn fern is dying, and dried shield fronds should never be removed! The final part of the staghorn fern is the root ball. Since stags are epiphytes, their root systems are fairly minimal, and help the plant attach to its home. Because the roots are so minimal, staghorn ferns need extensive drainage and are particularly susceptible to root rot.

Many household plants are strategically placed for decoration and to maintain feng shui. But did you know that some of t...
07/02/2023

Many household plants are strategically placed for decoration and to maintain feng shui. But did you know that some of these same plants also have health benefits?
The snake plant is one of those plants known for both looking good and improving air quality. The snake plant, commonly referred to as mother-in-law’s tongue, is a resilient succulent that can grow anywhere between 6 inches to several feet.

In addition to providing a bit of ambiance, snake plants have a number of health benefits, including:

1: filter indoor air
2: remove toxic pollutants
3: may help boost mental health
4: easy to care for
5: effective against allergies
6: may help enhance the “energy” of a space, according to feng shui
7: can help with minor ailments Do you have a Snake plant? It may be time to add one to your home!

06/28/2023

What’s better than a plant class.. one that you do with your friends of course!! Join us..
Monday July 10th, 2023 5:30-7PM
$60 per person- includes ONE terrarium and refreshments!
*must be 21 to take part in wine refreshments..
Spots open: 10

Making a terrarium is an easy, fun and artistic way to bring the beauty of nature inside your home! Join us to learn more as we teach you how to create a terrarium and make it your own! Please plan to bring your own glass vessel with lid to build your terrarium with. We will supply you with the sand, gravel, soil and up to 3 plants for your terrarium (additional plants can be purchased).

10% off in the store that night

Rooted specializes in trendy houseplants and modern pots/planters with super fun gifts!

New shipment came in this week— Your pearls are happier if they are plump and round with only a very slight point. You w...
06/25/2023

New shipment came in this week— Your pearls are happier if they are plump and round with only a very slight point. You will notice that they are glossy and shiny with smooth green skin. If you look closely at your pearls, you will notice that each of them have a strip along them that looks like a little window. On healthy pearls this window should be transparent and clearly visible. Lastly, gently pinch one of the pearls, are they firm to touch? Good! That’s another sign of a happy pearl.If you have pointy looking pearls, the most likely cause is that your pearls are thirsty! If your String of Pearls look like little green lemons, they are dehydrated. They will also likely be hard to touch, their colour will be looking a lot more dull and matte rather than glossy and shiny. Also, you will notice that they have indented creases running from stem to tip. And those windows we mentioned earlier? They will be far more difficult to see. When they need water it is always best to BOTTOM WATER these babies.. place their pot booties in a bowl of water and let them drink from the bottom, keeping the wetness off the top prevents from rotting on the top!

Pitcher plants are carnivorous plants that eat insects. Pitcher plants trap insects using modified leaves known as pitfa...
06/21/2023

Pitcher plants are carnivorous plants that eat insects. Pitcher plants trap insects using modified leaves known as pitfall traps, which are vase-shaped and filled with nectar that acts as a digestive fluid. Prey is drawn into the pitcher traps and digested by the plant's enzymes. In the wild, pitcher plants typically grow in wetlands. Pitcher plants are not toxic to pets or humans, so you can safely keep the plants in your home. Follow these tips to add a pitcher plant to your garden or home:
1. Plant pitcher plants in the spring. If planting outdoors, make sure the ground is thawed before planting.
2. Use nutritious soil. The soil should be a mix of organic material, sand, and peat moss. For indoor potted pitcher plants, fill a container with a low-fertility mixture of peat moss mixed with either lime-free horticultural sand or perlite in a two to one ratio. You can also use a pre-made carnivorous plant potting mix.
3. Place your pitcher plant in direct light. Pitcher plants should be planted in a sunny spot or kept near a window that gets full sunlight.
4. Keep the soil moist. Pitcher plants naturally grow in boggy conditions. If you are growing a pitcher plant indoors, make sure the soil is damp at all times. If you live in an area where you have tap water high in minerals, water your plants with distilled water or rainwater. A buildup of materials in the soil is not healthy for the plant.

Love frogs but not ready for quite that commitment.. well we have the plant for you!! Ficus String of Frogs or Ficus Pum...
06/20/2023

Love frogs but not ready for quite that commitment.. well we have the plant for you!! Ficus String of Frogs or Ficus Pumila 'quercifolia' is a mutated form of the common creeping fig, which is a very popular ground cover. The leaves are uniquely shaped and the name describes this plant perfectly, as the leaves are shaped like small frogs!

Ficus String of Frogs makes an excellent indoor plant and can be grown in a hanging basket or in a pot. It will cascade over the edge of any container it is grown in.

Caring for your Ficus String of Frogs is simple. Provide your plant with a well draining soil that is rich in organic matter. Allow the soil to dry out almost completely between watering, taking care to not allow it to sit in excess water. Give your Ficus String of Frogs medium to bright indirect light.

Had a super awesome class tonight!! Be on the look out for our next one— you won’t wanna miss it!!
06/14/2023

Had a super awesome class tonight!! Be on the look out for our next one— you won’t wanna miss it!!

Plants are kids too! Don’t forget about your favorite plant dads this Father’s Day!
06/13/2023

Plants are kids too! Don’t forget about your favorite plant dads this Father’s Day!

Yes… the holes are supposed to be in the leaves… no, nothing ate the plant… Monstera Adansonii, or commonly known as the...
06/10/2023

Yes… the holes are supposed to be in the leaves… no, nothing ate the plant… Monstera Adansonii, or commonly known as the Swiss cheese vine, has gorgeous, oval foliage full of fenestrations. You’ll like it or you won’t, but one thing’s for sure – once you fall in love with Monstera Adansonii’s foliage, you’ll need to get one for yourself. You can grow your Monstera Adansonii in two ways, climbing up a pole or trailing down as a vine. Both looks are amazing! As Monstera Adansonii’s natural habitat is trailing up on trees, the plant will naturally develop faster if you let it climb onto something. Check the soil before watering your plant. Stick your finger in the soil, or use a moisture meter, and if the soil is dry by the length of your finger – give it a thorough soak. Monstera Adansonii can withstand different lighting situations. The best would be to provide it bright indirect light. But even if you don’t have a ton of light, if you have only north facing windows for example, the Monstera will adjust to that amount of light as well! Monstera Adansonii will love to be in a humid place of your house. When I say humid, you probably immediately thought of a bathroom or kitchen, right? While plants like humidity, they also like airy spaces. So if you are considering to place your Monstera in your bathroom, be sure to ventilate the bathroom. In any case, you can keep your Monstera Adansonii in any part of your home, just move it away from heat sources during winter. Like other types of Monstera plants, Monstera Adansonii is also toxic and harmful to pets, and humans, if ingested. It’s best if you keep it away from children and curious pets.

How super cute are these propagation mushrooms that just came in!!
06/09/2023

How super cute are these propagation mushrooms that just came in!!

Memorial Day Giveaway!! Spend $75 or more and get entered to win a fiddle leaf fig tree or spend $50 and receive a Frenc...
05/27/2023

Memorial Day Giveaway!! Spend $75 or more and get entered to win a fiddle leaf fig tree or spend $50 and receive a French lavender bundle! Saturday- Monday, drawing will be Tuesday!

Selaginella uncinata, the blue spikemoss, peacock moss, peacock spikemoss, or spring blue spikemoss, is a species of pla...
05/24/2023

Selaginella uncinata, the blue spikemoss, peacock moss, peacock spikemoss, or spring blue spikemoss, is a species of plant in the Selaginellaceae family. It is widely cultivated outdoors along the Gulf Coast and in greenhouses and nurseries. As brilliantly iridescent as the colors of a peacock are the metallic bluish-green shades on peacock fern (Selaginella uncinata). Also commonly called "rainbow moss," this plant is neither a fern nor a moss, but it earns these descriptive names because of its appearance and growth habits. Other than its common names, you may also find Selaginella uncinata called "spike moss" or "club moss." Peacock fern has a mat-spreading habit with foliage that grows only a few inches high, with a typical spread up to 18 inches. Peacock fern is not a drought-tolerant plant. The soil should stay consistently moist, which means you may need to water your plant often during the extreme heat of summer. If you notice that your peacock fern is turning yellow, check to see if the soil is too dry. Peacock fern prospers in shady nooks and woodland gardens. It needs direct sun for no more than a couple of hours each day, and it can even flourish in full shade. A partial shade spot that works well is one that receives filtered sunlight through the overhead canopy of trees, providing much more shade than sun.

String of dolphins is a cute, easy care succulent vine. Like the other string of things plants, it makes an eclectic and...
05/23/2023

String of dolphins is a cute, easy care succulent vine. Like the other string of things plants, it makes an eclectic and adorable indoor plant year round. The Dolphin plant has lots of visual interest. The stylish leaves actually do look like dolphin pods flying over the seas. The leaves grow off trailing vines, curling and diving this way and that. Soak with water when the soil is Dry. Soak Weekly in growing season. Soak Monthly when dormant. Allow to dry completely between waterings. Is your string of dolphins drying up? the soil is likely inconsistently watered or constantly overwatered. This will give your plant root rot which starves the plant since the roots are sick and dying.

What’s better than a plant class.. one that you do with your friends of course!! Join us..Tuesday June 13th, 2023 5:30-7...
05/23/2023

What’s better than a plant class.. one that you do with your friends of course!! Join us..
Tuesday June 13th, 2023 5:30-7PM
$60 per person- includes ONE terrarium and refreshments!
*must be 21 to take part in wine refreshments..
Spots open: 10

Making a terrarium is an easy, fun and artistic way to bring the beauty of nature inside your home! Join us to learn more as we teach you how to create a terrarium and make it your own! Please plan to bring your own glass vessel with lid to build your terrarium with. We will supply you with the sand, gravel, soil and up to 3 plants for your terrarium (additional plants can be purchased).

10% off in the store that night

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Rooted from Yarrow Acres is Franklin’s original “gardener’s gift store.”

In 1994, owner Sheri Gramer moved from her herb farm of 6 years in Grass Lake, Michigan, carrying a sign from the farm with the name “Yarrow Acres” on it, to open her store with that very name in Downtown Franklin, TN.

Very invested in the community, Sheri became one of the original members of the Downtown Franklin Association and one of the five women to create and launch Wine Down Main Street in 2000 for the Boys and Girls Club of Middle, TN.

After moving a couple times around downtown, Yarrow Acres settled into its current location at 424A Main Street in 1998, where the business has grown for the last 28 years.

At the beginning of 2022, Sheri announced her daughter Lindsey would be taking over the business.

“Lindsey was very instrumental in keeping us afloat during the shutdown and helping Yarrow Acres transition into the plant store that it is now: Rooted from Yarrow Acres!” shared Sheri. “I’m not selling the business and walking away. I still come in once a week and get my hands dirty working. I still eat at my favorite lunch spots and see some of my favorite people.”

Read more here at https://bit.ly/3pczBBC and viisit Rooted from Yarrow acres online at franklinslittleplanshop.com or in person at 424 A Main St. Franklin, TN.
Build a terrarium at Rooted from Yarrow Acres during Happy Hour with Plants! 🌿
We are proud to be members of the Downtown Franklin Association and recently participated in their "Paint the Town Orange" event by decorating the front window. Thank you to Main Street businesses Tin Cottage and Yarrow Acres for the fall decor and Heather and Ginny for pulling it together!
Part of the same block today, with Yarrow Acres and Dion's Salon South.
Bought the cutest tillandsia as a new headdress for my co-worker here.... it traveled well all the way back to NC where she has been adorned on her.
Urban garden centers with less storefront space can still make an impact with eye-catching signage (and, of course, a few plants!) like Yarrow Acres in downtown Franklin, Tennessee.

For more ideas, check out our Inspiration Book: https://lgrmag.com/inspirationbook
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Nothing wrong with a little plant therapy these days. You can shop online at yarrowacres.com, and the experts at Yarrow Acres will even meet you out back to fill YOUR trunk.
Take a break and enjoy this relaxing walk through the store reset the folks at Yarrow Acres just completed. They have an amazing selection of plants, accessories and gifts. Surprises around every corner!
Today is shipment day at Yarrow Acres! Look at these beauties, and they have all new stock on their site ready to shop— www.yarrowacres.com They do pickups Monday-Saturday from 10-1 pm ONLY at the back door. Get a beautiful new plant, along with some expertise, for that corner in your Zoom background.
I’ve been polishing silver during this self isolation, and it's got me excited to host the most FABULOUS dinner party ever once all of this is over! 🎉 We have wonderful small business neighbors in Downtown Franklin who have the perfect things for my (and your!) party! You can shop now with them via their Instagram, Facebook, and website or by calling their store during this challenging time. Trust me when I say, every purchase right now brings tears to their eyes and puts a little hope in their hearts! Here’s my list of go to’s:
🧁 Triple Crown Bakery
🍽 The Registry
🕯 Avec Moi
🍸 The Iron Gate
🎁 Tin Cottage
🧂Savory Spice Shop
🌱 Yarrow Acres
💐 themerrystem
🍺 Hop House Tennessee Taps
👗 Emmaline Boutique, Heylee B.
👠 BoutiqueMMM
🕶 Vue Optique
🎈& ✉️ Rock Paper Scissors
🏷 Hester & Cook
🍫 Kilwins of Franklin