Joanna Gaines and her husband, hosts of HGTV's Fixer Upper, have been flipping, rebuilding and repairing homes together for as far back as 12 years as proprietors of Magnolia Homes in Waco, Texas. They have dealt with more than 100 homes together, joining Chip's awesome sense on land and Joanna's exceptional eye for design.
The Gaines met after they both graduated from Baylor University, and like of their tasks, destiny played a part in uniting them. Not long after they got married, the couple acquired, gutted and remodeled their first building together, and Joanna opened a home embellishment store called Magnolia. After eight years, this couple found an astonishing career to adjust having four children while developing their business to incorporate a land organization, development organization, outline firm and private subdivision, Magnolia Villas. Joanna Gaines has joint net worth with her husband that’s estimated to be around $1.5 million.
Lately, Joanna is involved in gardening business; around four years ago Gaines says she didn't plant much. It wasn't until she got stuck moving into a house-flip her husband, Chip Gaines, purchased. She couldn't have cared less for that she took to the open air space to pick up a little motivation. After a lot of experimentation, she says she learned one thing that made the difference was to start small.
Nowadays, she shares lot secrets of gardening on her blog. A basic greenhouse with starter plants that are anything but difficult to develop is critical to discovering achievement, she clarified on her website: "Herbs truly don't require much care and are awesome for tenderfoots. Simply begin with maybe a couple that you adore in the kitchen windows, where they'll get light and you won't disregard them since they'll be there each time you go to the sink." Other starter plants Joanna prescribes are roses which look beautiful when arranged properly and tomatoes as well. She even mentions that garden can also be useful to raise farm animals such as goats.
Apart from these, the big secret she shared why she loved gardening so much was to spend her time with children and watch them play with dirt, and learned the lesson from the garden.