Our Favorite Houseplant Instagram Accounts
With over 1 billion users and 100 million photos / videos uploaded each day, Instagram has rapidly become a wealth of information. We love it for the wonderful tips, tricks, and ideas that it gives to houseplant lovers such as ourselves. Whether you have a green thumb, or just love to look at green and living things, we have compiled a list of our favorite accounts that make indoor gardening look good! Did we miss one of your favorites? Please use the comment section below to let us know!
A showcase of the best terrariums on Instagram! Lose yourself in a tiny green world…
House Plant Club is a community for houseplant enthusiasts. And with 773K followers, the plant love is flourishing on their page. House Plant Club compiles images from all around Instagram of beautiful plants. You can submit your own pics to be featured by using the hashtag #houseplantclub.
Ariana Tanabe and her cat are both plant enthusiasts. Her lovely account is bright and minimalist, providing viewers with tips on how to style and add a touch of lively greenery to their own homes.
Darryl Cheng shares his houseplant parenting stories through his witty and informative feed. He has personal experience with the plants he talks about and tells it like it is. House Plant Journal has great information about everything houseplants and click here to read his blog which has even more!
A visual account that serves as a portrait of “botanical curiosities” and a celebration of cacti. Jonna and Julien share great tips and techniques for loving our spiny friends.
The Potted Jungle is Jillian, a San Diego-based “plantaholic” who loves everything that’s green. And bonus… cute pup pictures!
Hilton Carter is a plant and interior stylist. He always finds the most beautiful and creative ways to tell a story with plants throughout one’s home. Carter knows a thing or two about creating ambience with plants and his account is proof of his talent.
An account with fantastic plant photos and extra witty plant puns! “We’ll grow on you, pun intended” by @apartmenttherapy. Share your plant photos with #iplanteven.
Noted as the “prime destination for succulent lovers,” World of Succulents really does have it all. Your desire for succulents will only grow as you scroll past their posts.