From secret gardens to handcrafted accessories, here are five beautiful botanical feeds to satisfy your Instagram addiction.
Abbie Mellé (@abbie_melle)
Australian-born, British-based photographer Abbie Mellé appreciates the little things in life through her beautiful images of bucolic countryside and vivid botanicals. As you scroll, dream of a slower-paced life filled with sweet tea, homely candles and cycle rides across poppy fields.
Hannah Queen (@hannahqueen)
Escape to the Appalachian Mountains of North Georgia and immerse yourself in the world of Hannah Queen – baker, photographer, cookbook author (Honey & Jam: Seasonal Baking From My Kitchen In The Mountains) and photographer. Falling autumn leaves, wild meadows, cut flowers in old milk bottles, trips to the farmers’ market, bread and honey – a reminder of the simple pleasures.
Jeska Hearne (@lobsterandswan)
Hearne from East Sussex has an eye for botanical beauty, snapping secret gardens, beautiful collections of houseplants and random displays of fabulous foliage on her travels and sharing them with us for a #botanicalpickmeup.
Adam + Davis (@crownflora)
Accessories designer Davis Khounnoraj and florist Adam Mallory joined forces to create Crown Flora Studio in 2010 – combining their love of botanicals and textiles. Find stunning textural images of foliage and flowers interspersed with snaps of their bare-brick city studio, shots of the NY skyline and the occasional food-porn fix.
Grace & Thorn (@graceandthorn)
From lavish bouquets bursting with blooms and branches to simple, stylised displays of succulents – this gallery of wares from Hackney’s Grace & Thorn is a horticultural haven for hipsters.
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