Big city vibes are planting roots all around the Yakima Valley and local shop The Planted Home, which used to be located in Glenwood Square, has transplanted to a new spot with an extra shot, of caffeine that is!

Grand Opening of the latest collaboration to hit Yakima

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The Shop opens this weekend in Yakima! A collaboration between The Planted Home and Yakima Coffee Company 

The Shop a place to enjoy coffee, it is also a place to meet, a place to work, a place to gather, a place to buy plants, home decor and local products. Our heart is to create a space like no other in Yakima where people can get quality coffee, build community, buy plants and spend time in a beautiful relaxing atmosphere designed around community.

 

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The Planted Home will be open this Saturday and Sunday featuring plants, planters, baskets, and adorable new home decor. Yakima Coffee Company is still under construction but is working hard to get the coffee bar up and serving in the next few weeks. They will be serving cold brew and will have @abundanttables bite boxes for sale.
Where is The Shop Located?
3512 Tieton Drive
Yakima, Wa. 98908
I drove by the other day and was so excited. They've been working hard to move all their plants and I have a feeling I won't be the only one struggling to stay out of the shop. Plants are so relaxing and coffee is such a treat, being able to enjoy both while supporting local businesses is the way to go! May the plants be forever growing in your favor!

The Shop

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