Are you a serial plant killer? Or simply looking to up your plant game? Either way here is our list of the top 20 plant blogs and Instagram pages that you have to follow!
1. Urban Jungle Bloggers
Photo by Harrison Nate & Me via Urban Jungle Blog
Urban Jungle Bloggers is a global community of plant lovers, founded by Igor Josifovic and Judith de Graaff to bring more green into homes and blogs. Their website features sneak peeks into various plant lovers green homes, as well as tips like how to keep your plants alive while you're on holiday. Give their Instagram page a follow if you're looking for some daily plant inspiration!
2. A Pair & A Spare
Photo by A Pair & A Spare
Geneva Vanderzeil, lifestyle blogger and content creator, is also known as the queen of DIY. A Pair & A Spare was created in 2010 as a how-to website, showing everyone how to make and create their own style - in fashion, home and lifestyle. Head over to her website for a while range of plant tutorials, from a guide to best bathroom plants to a step-by-step on making a DIY rose flower wall hanging.
3. Erin Kobayashi
Photo by The Star
Erin Kobayashi's Instagram page is full of super helpful and in-depth tips on how to care for plants. Her hashtag #MyRescuePlant follows her journey in rescuing plants from the basement of retail stores or friends homes and reviving them. Her evergrowing plant collection has transformed her house into an urban jungle to be envious of.
Photo by Dabito via Jungalow.com
TheJungalow.com was created by L.A. based designer and blogger Justina Blakeney, whose passion for color, pattern and plants has made Jungalow the go-to source for bohemian design inspiration. Get inspired to decorate in a fun and wild style with their inspogallery or find out more about specific plant types with their clever little plant-o-pedia.
5. Plant Mama
The first thing you're greeted with when you click into plantmama.com is plenty of Pinterest-worthy houseplant photos. Plant Mama is an interior plant designer, stylist and green-thumb who is dedicated to creating houseplant culture by getting creative with indoor greens.
6. House Plant Journal
Photo by House Plant Journal
House Plant Journal was started by Toronto-based Darryl Cheng, which covers all the basics of being a responsible plant parent and other insightful plant care tips. One tip he offers is to remember that plants are alive, they'll grow and interact with the environment around them - House Plant Journal is here to help us to enjoy healthy, thriving plants.
7. Succulent City
Photo by tribeandus via succulentcity
Here's one for all the cactus and succulent lovers out there! Succulent City is the internet's largest Cacti + Succulent community on Instagram and provides you with your daily dose of succulent inspiration.
Photo by anagallardoc via Plants on Pink
Plants... and pink... we're sold! PlantsOnPink was created by Dutch artist Lotte van Baalen and it's an online gallery where the world's finest plants on pink are exhibited. Anyone can send in their photos for a chance to be featured!
Photo by TropicaLoco
For those of you living in Hong Kong or other hot climates, this one's for you. Run by Scott Cain, TropicaLoco features all the botanical beauties from his own home, balcony garden and beyond. This brings us to number 10, also curated by Scott Cain...
10. Boys with Plants
Photo by abranarsis via boyswithplants
Here's a cheeky one since its the weekend! Boys with Plants is an Instagram account with plants... and boys. You're welcome.
11. Jordon Cloud
How many dog lovers are there out there? Jordon Cloud is an indoor plant lady and features her adorable doggies together with her plant collection on Instagram. What's not to love??
12. Rusty Duck
Escape to the country with the Rusty Duck. This website documents the renovation of a derelict cottage "in need of updating" and overgrown garden by gardener and wildlife lover, Jessica. Subscribe and follow her progress, you'll be crying with laughter, we promise!
13. I Plant Even
Photo by ps.ny via iplanteven
A plant account curated by Apartment Therapy, you can expect that they'll fill your feed with plant photos as gorgeous as their apartment Instagram page. They don't disappoint!
14. Greenery NYC
Photo by Greenery NYC
Greenery NYC is a botanical design company whose mission is to blend the science of horticulture with the art of design - of course, their website and Instagram page are filled with beautiful, eye-catching pieces of work. The installation above was commissioned by Etsy and consists of a rainwater harvesting system and irrigation system used to water over 11,000 plants installed with the office space. Cool huh?
15. The Potted Jungle
Photo by foreverplanty via thepottedjungle
A San Diego plantaholic with a love for all things green, we love the curation of whites and greens on The Potted Jungle.
16. Floret Flower
Photo by floretflower
Erin Benzakein is a farmer-florist, writer, teacher, living and growing in USA and her instagram feed is just #flowergoals! We'd never get bored of this view.
17. Invincible House Plants
Photo by invincible.house.plants
If you're a bit of a serial plant killer, then this one's for you. As the name suggests, Invincible House Plants will provide you with plenty of tips on keeping your plants alive and even a list of 5 unkillable house plants! Fun fact - Invincible House Plants was started by Boris, an ex-plant killer who's drowned a few Aloe Vera's and almost gave up on indoor plants... there's hope for everyone!
18. Emma Lauren
Photo by emma_lauren
You're missing out if you don't already follow Emma Lauren on Instagram. Hong Kong-based creative whizz Emma creates whimsical flatlays with fresh flowers and they're all featured on her beautifully curated Instagram feed.
19. Flora Forager
Photo by Flora Forager
Floral arrangement with a twist - botanical artist Bridget Collins creates pieces of art and scenes using petals and plants.
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Are there are more plant blogs or Instagram pages you love? Do share with us in the comments below, we'd love to hear from you!