Shopping at Home Depot

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This post was sponsored and written on behalf of The Home Depot; all opinions are my own.

Today I want to share with you my experience shopping at Home Depot for supplies to make my Flower Tower with lots of pictures.  Have you ever been to the Home Depot?  That sounds like a crazy question to me since it’s one of my favorite stores, but I’m sure there are some of you who haven’t.  Well let me show you around and show you how great it is!

Justin from the Home Depot

First off, this is Justin.  He was the associate who helped me out gathering all my supplies.  He was so nice and super patient with my three kids who decided to all have meltdowns at the same time (let me tell you how fun THAT was!)

justin helping me at home depot

He went ahead and took my list to start looking for the supplies.  For the list of supplies you need to make the Flower Tower, see the post.

the garden center at the home depot

We first went to the Garden Center, which could be my new favorite area of the store.  It’s a giant greenhouse with tons of plants and flowers, flower pots, potting soil, and all the other tools you need for your outdoor projects.  I got lots of flowers, a giant flower pot, the soil, a trowel, some gloves, and the landscape fabric.

flower at home depot

flower shopping at home depot

flower pots at home depot

Then I trekked all over the store looking for the other stuff.  Justin told me where each item was so I went on my way.  I needed to get the galvanized wire fencing, the zip ties, the tinner snips, and utility knife.

fencing at home depot

For the wire fencing, there were lots of options.  I got the one that looked like the right one for this project.  It was a pretty heavy item because it was many feet of fencing.  That was one issue I had with the Flower Tower project…I felt like it was a little pricey to make just one.  But if you want to make two or more, then it is definitely worth it.  Also you can use it for the next year as well as for other projects like tomato cages, etc.

tin snips at home depot

I got my tinner snips and utility knife which were both together and then over a couple aisles to grab the zip ties.  I was good to go!

shopping for flower tower supplies at home depot

A big thanks to my kids who were dragged along for the ride–clearly not the happiest day for them.
lets go shopping at the home depot

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This is a sponsored post by me on behalf of the Home Depot; however all opinions are my own.


  1. Kim Fahrni says:

    Love, love, LOVE Home Depot!!! Hands down the best place to shop. Everyone is extremely helpful and “knows their stuff”! I feel confident going in and getting the answers to all my questions.

    1. Heidi @ Honeybear Lane says:

      Amen Kim!! That’s awesome!

    1. Heidi @ Honeybear Lane says:

      Aww, wish it was warm enough this weekend to do some projects and visit the HD!

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