Five Landscape and Gardening Accounts to Follow on Instagram
Spring is here, which means it’s time to get back outside. Instagram is the perfect platform for any plant or outdoor enthusiast – it is visually focused and gives you plentiful ideas for which gardening or landscape project to start next.
Not sure how to spruce up your yard this season? Need some inspiration on home gardening or what to grow in small spaces? These accounts provide the ultimate visual platform for gardeners, plant lovers and yard enthusiasts alike. Here are a few motivating accounts you definitely want to follow and add to your feed.
With the tagline, “Sourcebook for Cultivated Living,” Gardenista Sourcebook is constantly reminding us why gardens matter. Edited by Michelle Slatalla, a former columnist at The New York Times, Gardenista is an extension of its parent site, Remodelista. Gardenista delights, teaches and entertains its followers, covering everything from urban gardening to backyard entertaining.
Gaila Trail is a a Canadian green-thumb who has written four books about urban organic gardening and food. Her homey photos are diverse and interspersed with snaps of fresh veggies and nature-centric landscapes.
Porch Progress. There is normally a multi-tiered plant stand where the orange bench is, but decided to try that outside this year. We’ve never had seating out front. It may get very hot come summer. It’s an experiment. The shelves are now holding a lot of my “tickle trunk” (re: old dishes and such for food photos).
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TimberLost creates a romantic and ethereal mood with every photo captured, worthy of a Jane Austen book cover. The account is run by Lauren Alexandra Wilson, a Toronto florist who quit her office job to follow her passion for designing flowers. She focuses on flowers and plant-based art.
Urban Gardeners Republic is a community of creative urban gardeners that capture their passion of gardening through smart photography. The account helps you save time in your gardening projects by providing you info, tips and inspirational ideas. Whether a backyard, balcony or windowsill, Urban Gardeners Republic want you to create and maintain a gardening space perfect for you.
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Ask a gardening question, get an answer. Discover gardening made easy with Gardening Know How. This community of users addresses some frequently asked questions and provides incredibly useful information about gardening and landscape design.
Spring daffodils – #daffodil #bulbs are commonly used in #landscaping since the #plants are quick to naturalize and deter #rodents and #deer. The easy-care #flowers will also add bright spots of sunshine to your #garden each year.
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