To be continued, 8 beautiful Instagram accounts dedicated to plants!

When it comes to stocking up on plant inspiration, Instagram accounts dedicated to houseplants and flowers abound. Anthology to consume without moderation!

  To be continued, 8 beautiful Instagram accounts dedicated to plants!

Already spoiled by the pretty photos of the interior design Instagram accounts, the editorial staff set out to find the most inspired and inspiring green profiles. Result ? 8 names to follow. Enough to make you want to put your apartment or your house in the green.

Urban Jungle Blog

Founded by Judith and Igor, two blogger friends passionate about green interiors, Urban Jungle Blog brings together the fine flower of the sector. From their book, Urban Jungle Bloggers released in September 2016, to their Instagram account, there is no shortage of nature inspirations.

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Forever plants

This Canadian shares with us her passion for albino plants but not only and is not stingy with advice when it comes to maintaining them. What she particularly likes? To multiply the specimens of which she takes great care and to sell, on occasion, some of her cuttings via #foreverplanty !

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Mother Petula

Under this funny name hides a Parisian plant decoration service launched by Caroline Ciepielwski, plant decorator and landscaper. From installation to maintenance green plants for restaurants, offices, shops and events, Mama Petula manages everything from A to Z. Enough to see the plants flourish fully and for a long time in these beautiful places. Among the achievements of the team that accompanies the founder, we fell in love with the plant scenography of the Bao Express restaurant, which is as follows:

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Studio Ro Co

In the spring of 2014, Rose & Caro founded their design studio and made indoor jungles their secret weapon, as evidenced by the picture below. Among other missions, they work to improve urban spaces in the suburbs of London. Followed by nearly 55K people, the two English women created the #HouseofPlants and we can only strongly advise you to consult it regularly.

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Sweety Oxalys

Passionate about decoration and in love with plants since her childhood, Justine Jeannin feeds her feed with superb varieties: stack , alocasia, monstera... If she puts herself on stage, the young Parisian very often lets her cats point the tip of their truffles! And, oh surprise, she came out Green Addiction at Ulmer Editions in March 2019, a nice book full of practical advice to put in all hands, whether they are green or not!

Green Addiction, the jungle at home, 144 pages, 100 illustrations: 14.95 euros from Ulmer Editions
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My plant, my happiness

It's all in the name! Created on the initiative of the Dutch Flower Council, My plant, my happiness website distills valuable advice for taking care of your plants, whatever they may be. On their Instagram account, photos captioned using the #maplantemonbonheur are posted daily.

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Jane Paris

Surfing on the trend, Alexandra has specialized in the creation of bouquets and other compositions exclusively shaped using flowers dried. Delicately staged on her Instagram profile, her creations bring the vegetal breath that is often lacking in our busy days.

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Leaf Paris

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Located at 46 rue Albert Thomas in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, Leaf was a place to live on a human scale halfway between a decoration boutique and a vegetal concept store. Plants, ceramics, artwork, tools, a space for repotting and workshops were so many opportunities to discuss plants. Although the shop unfortunately closed its doors in June 2022, the Insta account is still teeming with pretty inspirations to showcase your plants and flowers.