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9 Stunning Gardening Accounts To Follow On Insta

These accounts will be your best buds.

Calligrapher, gardener, and florist Laura Hopper shares her Alexandria, VA garden on her Instagram account, @foxhillgarden. It’s a haven of stunning roses, peonies, dahlias and more, and year-round the content is gorgeous and inspiring.@foxhillgarden
Edible Uprising Farm, a one acre farm in Troy, NY is totally human-powered (no tractors). Small but mighty, they grow 250 different varieties of vegetables and flowers on our and feed nearly 150 families a week.Photo By @farmersfriendllc/ Image Of @edibleuprisingfarm
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds provides gardeners with over 1000 varieties of seeds. The Missouri-based company also has trial gardens and greenhouses on their homestead, and it’s fun to see what they’re up to (like planting nearly 45 types of watermelon).@bakercreekseeds
MoMo Flower Farm is a no-till, regenerative farm outside Portland, OR. Using sustainable practices, they grew over 400 varieties this year including roses, dahlias, snapdragons, celosia, amaranth, scabiosa, and gillyflower — you know the pics are going to be good.@momo_flowerfarm
Jenny Barnes of the @niff_barnes account is the head gardener at historical Cottesbrooke Estate in Northamptonshire. Her accounts shows an up-close look at the grounds as well as Barnes’ personal projects which include popular as well as under-the-radar varieties. @niff_barnes
The @infinite_green42 Instagram account is a dreamy blend of hanging plants and macrame, and it will push the boundaries on what you thought was possible for urban gardening. The garden is in southwest India, where the humid wet climate is prime for plants.@infinite_green42
Stephanie of @loving_my_garden shares the joys and the challenges of her garden in Buckinghamshire (like having to remove a lovely Wisteria that took over a dead tree). This account is the place for flower inspo. Her other account is great for gardening tips.@loving_my_garden
British plantswoman Jinny Blom commissions landscapes and gardens and her Instagram account showcases glimpses of her stunning creations. Prepare to feel wanderlust for an English countryside as you scroll through her account.@jinny.blom
No one expects your little garden to rival the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, so think of this stunning account as purely fun, not a handbook on how to garden. They post regularly and it’s cool to see how much the landscape changes by season.@brooklynbotanic