Instagram may seem like it’s all food and puppy pics, but for plant lovers and green thumbs, there’s also a little slice dedicated to making gardens grow. If you’re looking for tips and tricks, or just want to be inspired by beautiful plants and blooms, here are 15 accounts you should follow.
Sometimes the prettiest garden is one that’s also useful. @UrbanGardenersRepublic is one of the biggest gardening communities online and a great resource if you want to grow your own food.
Flora Grubb Gardens is a San Francisco nursery that’s all about beautiful landscapes and gardens that require minimal water and chemicals. If you love succulents, this Instagram is a must-follow.
Seed to Stem is a plant boutique in Massachusetts that’s all about connecting humans with their roots. The photos of terrariums and natural objects from this store will inspire you to bring the outdoors in.
Sarah Nixon is an urban organic flower farmer who shares photos of beautiful floral arrangements and the places from where they came.
Hannah Queen is a baker and photographer who posts breathtaking photos of the unusual landscapes in southern Appalachia.
You can make a garden of your own pretty much anywhere. This account features the best gardening photos from other Instagrammers.
Magical gardens from all over the world.
Lots of interesting and practical advice about how to make gardening easy and pretty. Also a place to share tips and get answers to your gardening questions.
Anne Parker is a prop and food stylist based in Portland, Oregon who shares photos of tabletops in gardens and the landscapes she discovers on her adventures.
This Bristol-based horticulturalist shares photos of the rambling English countryside, manicured British gardens, and her travels around the UK.
The perfect account to follow if you want DIY tips and tricks for garden projects and crafts.
Gayla Trail has written four books about urban organic gardening and food and her photos prove she knows what she’s talking about.
Tons of photos from this couple’s garden in La Jolla, California, where modern design meets their love of plants, as well as plenty of photos of the gardens that inspire them.
If a trip to this National Historic Site in Canada known for its stunning blooms isn’t in your plans, at least you can take it all in via Instagram.
The is the Instagram account for The Plant Hunter, an online magazine that explores “the innumerable connections between people and plants.” Every photo has a lovely story behind it, which makes this one of our favorites on the list.