10 of the best gardening accounts to follow on Instagram


10 of the best gardening accounts to follow on Instagram

Chelsea Flower Show is just around the corner, and we can’t wait to see all of the amazing garden designs and floral inspiration. There’s nothing better than bursting blooms surrounded by buzzing bees, and with the weather brightening up, we’re popping on our gardening gloves and getting the garden set for summer.

Looking for garden inspiration?! We’re lusting over our favourite gardening Instagram accounts - from blooming flowers and allotment finds to tips and tricks to making your garden perfect for pollinators. Here are our top picks for some green-fingered scrolling.

1. Polly Nicholson - @bayntunflowers

Dreaming about elegant tulips blooming in your borders? Organic flower grower and holder of a National Collection of historic tulips, Polly’s feed is filled with stunning flower arrangements, delicate tulips, beautifully planted pots and tasteful tabletop bud vases. There’s plenty of inspiration for planting, as well as flower arranging and bringing greenery into the home.


2. Rachel Siegfried - @greenandgorgeousflowers

For a daily dose of floral inspiration, Rachel’s feed is filled with vibrant beauty. With behind-the-scenes glimpses of her flower fields and stunning bouquets, we are in awe of her colourful florals, including her stunning Ranunculus!


3. Rachel - @thegoodlifeainteasy

From vegetables and flowers to chickens and allotments, need we say more? Rachel’s Instagram is filled with tips and tricks, as well as plenty of motivation to get us out in the vegetable beds and enjoy some homegrown favourites. Her hens have such quirky personalities too!


4. Luke Newnes - @man_about_gardening

Your new build garden can have country cottage vibes filled with foxgloves, dahlias and a beautiful Annabelle hydrangea hedge. Luke’s garden is charming, welcoming and filled with delightful blooms. His positivity, tips, tricks and two gorgeous dachshunds keep us scrolling for hours on end.


5. Ann-Marie Powell - @myrealgarden

We can’t wait to see Ann-Marie’s Chelsea Flower Show garden this year! Her IG is filled with plenty of expert advice, from seed sowing and plant care to beautiful inspiration from her very own garden, filled with an abundance of greenery and seasonal flowers.


6. Rob Smith - @robsallotment

There is something so satisfying about growing fruit and veg, whether that’s a fresh tomato picked straight from the plant or tasty peas from the pod! Rob’s growing tips and advice keep us fully on track for a healthy greenhouse and lots of seasonal veg. Plus his two little border terriers are a delight!


7. Sarah Raven - @sarahravenperchhill

No gardening list would be complete without the lovely Sarah Raven - the cut flower queen herself. The beautiful Perch Hill is everything and more, and we love seeing the variety of flowers she grows every season - it’s endless, with plenty of inspiration for every kind of border or bed.


8. Henry J Agg - @henryaggdesign

Henry’s Instagram reminds us exactly why we love gardening! Yes, it’s about growing delightful flowers, homegrown veg and enjoying a beautiful space, but it also gives us focus, a chance to escape, unwind and let our minds relax. We fully believe that gardening is good for the mind and body. His monthly garden tips also help us keep on top of things!


9. Jenny Williams - @thelaundrygarden

Ever since we stumbled across Jenny’s IG, we’ve been obsessed! Her Georgian walled garden in the countryside is magical and looks stunning throughout all the seasons. With so much inspiration in her delightful flower beds, as well as gardening lessons and advice, it’s the perfect place to feel inspired.


10. Emma - @emmasallotmentdiaries

Dreamed of having an allotment of your own? Emma shows an insight into allotment life, growing everything from strawberries to pumpkin arches! It takes a lot of hard work and determination, and it truly is a labour of love, but the rewards are worth it, and her Instagram gives us plenty of motivation.


If you love gardening, then you’ll love Chelsea Flower Show! Have you seen Sophie’s 2024 design? It’s filled with an abundance of delightful flowers, including elegant parrot tulips, bearded irises, foxgloves, alliums, delicate cow parsley and nectar-filled lupins that bees buzz around.

Are you looking to get into gardening, or perhaps you have a gardening Instagram account of your own? Let us know your top tips this season in the comments below.

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