Carrie Underwood delivers exciting update on family life in Tennessee

Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood has shared an exciting update about life on the Tennessee farm shared with husband Mike Fisher and their kids.

The country singer – who recently called on fans to help “children in crisis” by donating to Compassion International at Easter – revealed that the greenhouse which the couple built in February 2023 is already bearing fruit – or should that be vegetable?!
Taking to her Instagram story on Thursday, Carrie shared a photo of a zucchini plant in flower and which already had a small zucchini growing on it.

The ‘Jesus, Take the Wheel’ singer captioned her post excitedly: “Getting produce from the greenhouse!!!”

Carrie and Mike live in Tennessee on a 400-acre farm with their two sons: Isaiah, eight, and Jacob, four. The family’s home, which sits in the Franklin area, has everything from private horse stables to its very own lake, plus an incredibly expansive garden. The couple bought the property in 2011 – the same year in which they got married.

Early this year, the musician – who recently performed and took home trophies at the CMT Music Awards – shared a video montage of the greenhouse’s progress, which included pictures of her arranging metal garden beds, an incredible view of where it sits on her massive property, and of her expertly planting seeds into different pots.

“Obsessed with my new greenhouse,” she wrote as she fittingly set the video montage to her song ‘Garden’, from her 2022 album Denim and Rhinestones.


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She added in the caption: “THANK YOU @epicgardening for being so kind and helping set everything up so perfectly!”

The 40-year-old’s love of gardening is well known to fans. Back in July 2022, she shared a stunning video on Instagram of her sprawling garden that featured a detailed look at all the fruits and vegetables she grows on her land, including mushrooms, zucchinis, squash blossoms, berries, watermelons, and tomatoes.