‘Fixer Upper’ Star Joanna Gaines Declares ‘Garden Days Are the Best Days’ With Amazing Snap

by Madison Miller

It seems like “Fixer Upper” star Joanna Gaines can make just about anything extremely aesthetically pleasing.

Despite winter days quickly approaching, Gaines is spending some quality time out in her gorgeous garden. The design star posted a photo with an array of flower bouquets hanging upside down as well as stacks of pots.

She simply captioned the photo, “Garden days are the best days.”

Joanna Gaines Amazing Green Thumb

The flower bouquets in question have some really gorgeous fall colors on display. It’s no surprise that the “Fixer Upper” loves to spend her time gardening whenever possible. If you had a garden set up like Gaines, you’d probably develop a really intense green thumb as well.

According to Country Living, back in 2018, Joanna and Chip Gaines renovated their own backyard. The outside area got an awesome makeover with raised beds, a chicken coop, a “she-shed,” bean teepees, and a chicken run.

As for the garden itself, there are rows and rows of raised garden beds with all kinds of herb, produce, and veggies growing. From zinnias to tomatoes to watermelon, the Gaines have grown it all.

The she-shed features an amazing vintage window that is the focal point of the space. She uses this space to keep her tools, books, and other gardening supplies at hand.

‘Fixer Upper’ Star Giveaway

Aside from tending to her garden, Joanna Gaines is beyond busy. The family is in charge of the new Magnolia Network, which is where new episodes of “Fixer Upper” and other shows stream.

She is also an author, entrepreneur, and cook. To honor everything Magnolia has become in recent years, Gaines had a giveaway to celebrate the company’s 18th anniversary a couple of weeks ago. Magnolia first opened back on October 15, 2003.

The “Fixer Upper” star is giving away $50,000 to an entrepreneur with a business idea they’ve been dreaming about.

She also shared in an Instagram post what it was like the day she opened her business.

“I woke up this morning with butterflies in my stomach. A feeling that returns to me every October 15th — the day we opened Magnolia 18 years ago. I can still hear the sound of the front door of that little shop opening, and the deep assurance that, despite how scared I was, I would never look back. Chip had pushed me to take a chance on something I believed in — so win or lose, I already knew I’d never be the same,” she wrote.

Now, a hopeful future business owner may get that push and the support they need to follow a dream.