Ranunculus reminiscent of winter sunsets. Sills crammed with lush ferns, trails of verdant pothos, and springy, spongy moss. Peaceful rock gardens and azaleas framed by towering hedges. I sow my Instagram feed with dozens of plant-focused accounts. Whether photos come from cramped apartments or sprawling nurseries, I love learning pruning tips, planting seasons, and potting basics. Creative arrangements and color combinations inspire my own bouquets and plant collections. Gardeners across the globe give me confidence to clone my succulents and cut back my money tree.
With more than 13 million #plants out there, diving into the Instagram forest can be a little intimidating. But no fear. Here are 10 green thumbs we’ve picked just for you. Give them a follow for a better, brighter Instagram.
Flourish Flower Farm posts glamorous shots of their specialty cut flowers and bouquets from Asheville, North Carolina.
Toronto-based Darryl Cheng offers brilliant plant care tips and tool guides for a variety of plants and environments. Over the years, he has answered the questions of hundreds of concerned plant pals.
For majestic cacti and fresh views of Santa Barbara, California, give Root Together a follow.
A London-based Canadian who has a passion for hand embroidery and collecting plants.
First-time homeowners Etai and Jordon Cloud Rahmil document their pets and growing plant collection in Portland, Oregon.
A self-described plant nerd, Scott shows off hot-climate botanicals from his Australian home and surrounding community.
Located in Washington’s Skagit Valley, Erin Benzakein's fields and bouquets of flowers have been featured in numerous publications, including ours.
For visions of bountiful produce, follow this little organic farmette in Maine.
Another Australian plant aficionado, Aden is a graphic designer who picks the coolest pots and most colorful plants.
This 13-acre flower and vegetable farm shares views from planting to harvest to the farmers' market in Indianola, Washington.
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