5 incredible houseplant Instagrams you should be following

(Other than mine, of course)

Struggling for houseplant inspiration? Turn to Instagram for some awe-inspiring examples of houseplant heaven. I could spend hours scrolling through my timeline of greenery, but here are a few of my favourite Instagram accounts where I get my houseplant hit.


Urban Jungle Bloggers (@urbanjungleblog)

For houses filled with greenery (and if you're struggling to find Instagram accounts to follow) take a look at the Urban Jungle bloggers posts. A self-described "green community" that is "growing and thriving on the internet and beyond", UJB is a network of bloggers and instagrammers who post themed content which is then reposted by the UJB account. This means you'll have exposure to a new account with every post they 'gram. Expect bathrooms filled with ferns and houseplant wrapped sitting rooms.



Prick London (@prickldn)

The Instagram account of this Dalston, London based cacti and succulent shop is sexy af. Not only do Prick do beautiful plants, but their terracotta and white glaze domed pots will have you salivating on your phone screen. Photo highlights included shelves of neatly lined cacti standing to attention and insider shots of succulent nurseries you don't often get to see. There's just one burning question: when is the online shop opening Prick?!


House Plant Journal (@houseplantjournal

The Instagram of Canadian blogger Darryl Cheng gives you hints and tips alongside photos of his gorgeous houseplants. Follow just for shots of his incredible plant collection, including some monster monstera.



Kaktus København (@kaktus_kbh)

Follow Kaktus København for dreamy pale-scale shots of giant cacti in terracotta pots. Most of their photos are very similar (but still gorgeous), but the occasional cat with a cacti on it's head is enough to keep me following (No, I have no idea either. I can't read Danish so I just enjoy without asking).


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Mi Mercaito (@mimercadito.cl)

This Chilean-based succulent shop has a gorgeous Instagram filled with vibrant sedums, echeveria and crassulas. Strictly succulents, the red and green plants are planted in beautiful white pots that will become your top plant inspiration instantly. Simple, but effective.



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