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10 Gardening Instagram Accounts to Follow

By Danielcarruthers

With almost half a billion active users on Instagram there’s no shortage of inspirational garden and plant pictures being served up from around the world. Here’s ten of our favorite gardening Instagram accounts to follow :


 Follow @Haarkon_ is the plant journal of India and Magnus. On a mission to seek out urban greenery across the UK and further afield. A must follow for any plantaholic.


 Follow @mariapaalmbacken is a passionate gardener and garden designer from Sweden. Get your fix of pictures from her stylish garden and some of the gardens that Maria designs and visits.


 Follow @debbytenquist – It’s Debby’s role as a landscaper that catches our interest on Instagram. Uplifting images complete with informative descriptions fuel interesting comments from a large and loyal fanbase.


 Follow @mccormickcharlie has a boundless passion for flowers but you can also expect regular updates from Charlie’s beautiful Georgian House and garden in Dorset.


 Follow @petershamnurseries – plants and seasonal produce are served up regularly. For those who can’t make it to this prized garden center then this is the next best thing.


 Follow It would be remiss of me not to mention @theenduringgardener. Follow Stephanie on her worldly adventures in seeking out plants, art and garden inspiration.


 Follow Professional imagery with a strong focus on garden design makes @gardenista_sourcebook a must follow account for anyone looking to expand their gardening horizons.


 Follow @paulbangay provides a taste of gardening down under.  Feast your eyes on the elegant garden at Stonefields’ from one of Australia’s foremost and influential garden designers.


 Follow You can feel yourself relax as you admire the natural bouquets from this small-scale flower grower in Oxfordshire.  See what you’re missing out on and then splash out on some real cut flowers from @thelandgardeners !


 Follow @e_gardener – And lastly your Northern Correspondent. Follow me for a daily dose of flora, fauna and inspiration from Britain’s gardens and garden shows.

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