As the plant trend continues to grow, so does our lush green insta feed. So between us all at Forest we have put together a list of our current top 20 plant based instagram profiles - enjoy!
James Wong, a botanist and garden designer, has a feed full of inspiration for both your indoor jungle and outdoor space. We love following his personal plant projects and his feed is a great way to keep up to date with what's going on in the gardening world.
With it's clean and calming feed, The Planted Gram is a great page to follow for daily house plant posts. You can also use the hashtag #theplantedgram or send them a DM to have your own space featured!
Lissa is a Dutch plant blogger whose feed follows her lust worthy and ever growing plant collection. Visit her blog too and find plant care tips and blog posts that will help to keep your own green gang thriving.
Alice Vincent is the author of one of our favourite plant books, How To Grow Stuff, and a writer for Telegraph Gardening, BBC Gardeners World Magazine, and Rakes Progress. Her chatty and informative instagram stories have us hooked, and her balcony gardening videos keep us motivated to push on with our own outdoor potted plants!
If you like plants, and you like the colour pink, this is the insta feed for you. There is something about this colour combination that we just love! Use the hashtag #PlantsOnPink to have your images featured.
If you're on the lookout for new greenhouse to visit (or just want to look at some really beautiful pictures) then greenhouse hunter is definitely one to follow. By re-posting images from accounts across the globe, they have put together one of the best guides around! Use #GreenhouseHunter to send a suggestion or be featured.
Natasha is a UK based plant fanatic with interiors to die for. She regularly teams up with botanical based brands (including ourselves!) to host giveaways, so keep an eye on her stories for the chance to win all the green!
Boys with plants....it does what it says on the tin really! If you're looking for some eye candy (both boys and plants!) follow them - you won't regret it! Equally you can be featured by sharing your images with the hashtag #boyswithplants.
Miranda, a gardener at Kew Gardens, brings a great mix of indoor and outdoor plants with care and propagation tips in the captions. This is a great account to follow for a true insight into all things green.
Prickle and Vine is a US store selling homewares, accessories and lifestyle products that revolve around a green home. Unfortunately they don't ship internationally, but their feed is full of houseplant inspiration that's not to be missed! Use the tag #prickleandvine to be featured.
A page pretty much filled with snaps of vibrant, mini succulents. This is a great profile to flick through and discover some unusual varieties of succulents, and also a brilliant source of inspiration for your own house plant projects!
James Ipy is living in Singapore with the balcony of dreams. Think of any plant, and he has probably got it on the balcony (if not there, then in his indoor jungle). There is even a pond out there! Definitely worth the follow.
Fully Planted features some of the best and greenest photos from instagram users across the platform. If you're looking for some serious plant envy, this is the page for you.
Haarkon showcases a collection of images by photography duo India and Magnus. They travel the globe on green adventures and this profile is the result - an inspiring feed that is both intriguing and calming to flick through.
The Jungalow, a bohemian & botanical lifestyle store, was originally started as a colour, pattern and plant filled blog with a tonne of design inspiration. Now combined, this is a page perfect for finding style ideas and then shopping them straight from their instagram posts!
Two women based in Portland showcasing their amazing plants, green adventures, and sharing lifestyle posts. If you need encouragement to fill your house with plants, Verdurous Women will certainly provide.
The home, family life, and plants of Kate & Craig - UK based photographers with a serious passion for plants. Their collection of cacti is particularly impressive with some real whoppers in there!
The Planthunter is an online magazine celebrating the interaction between humans and plants, encouraging people to reconnect with green; and their beautifully varied feed makes you want to do just that!
Jamie Song lets us into his London home, which even without the plants is an amazing space in itself. Add in an awe inspiring (and very, very large) collection of tropical plants, and you've pretty much got one of the most lust worthy instagram feeds around! A must follow for plant profiles and care too.
Last, but certainly not least, is Tropicaloco - another incredible home filled with lush green, this time in the much warmer climate of Western Australia. The vastness of this plant collection (and the physical size of some of the plants too) is beyond impressive, and seeing these posts pop up on our morning instagram scroll motivates us to keep expanding our own collection!