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Instagrammers that Give Us Major Plant Inspo

Posted by Katie Dubow on Fri, Sep 20, 2019 @ 10:06 AM

On our personal Instagram feeds, the accounts we follow fall into a few categories. While we obviously keep up with our IRL friends (and some memes), we also love to double-tap on inspiring indoor and outdoor posts.

And there are some accounts that we could endlessly scroll through and get our inspiration fixes for both.

A few designers and gardeners have a passion for plants that they love to foster within their Instagram accounts. Whether they are photographing their own beautiful gardens or posting curated pictures, they never fail to make our scrolling a little brighter.

Want to see what members of the garden set you need to follow? Read ahead and find something new to like (or double tap.)

Best for Overall Garden Inspo: Laura LeBoutillier, Garden Answer

With a name like that, you'd expect Laura to have major french vibes... and she does. Plus, English, Italian and modern, too. She's got a bit of everything in her garden that never ceases to inspire.

Best for Pretty Photos: Rochelle Greyer, Pith+Vigor

So.Many.Pretty.Photos. Rochelle, landscape designer/air & space engineer knows the elements of good design, which also give her an eye for photography. She shares beautiful photos of gardens far and wide to give you that wanderlust vibe.

 
 
 
 
 
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Best for Houseplants: Nick Pileggi, Philly Foliage

Plant Parents have a lot of moms, but Nick is the resident dad. Showering us with green deliciousness morning, noon and night, he also offers tips for houseplant care. 

Houseplants (Runner Up) Vladan Nikolic, Nikolicvladan

Let Vladan show you how to grow. He's always showing off something new and his tutorials are easy to follow. 

Best for Edible Landscaping: Brie Arthur, The Plant Lady

Starter of the Foodscape revolution, Brie's instagram will make you want to grow all of the plants you never thought of! Take for instance, wheat. 

Best for Local Flowers: Mara, The Farm at Oxford

Mara is not only a fantastic flower farmer, but her photography is stunning. While she also happens to be local to us, and boost our Slow Flowers cred, she also has thousands of followers all over the world, providing cut flower inspo for us all.

Best for Industry News: Garden Media Group 

Well, if you didn't see this one coming than we don't know what to tell you. Check out our channel for updates on Garden Trends, speaking engagements and industry news. We'd love to have you. 

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