Instagram is my favorite place to be these days. In fact, right now while I am trying to put together this post I am falling down a rabbit hole of @Corgistagrams and #petduck hashtags. I find Instagram to be full of talented people with great aesthetic. But I mean really...#petduck is my new favorite hashtag to follow.
This post from @ducksmakegreatpets though! Sweet Jesus get me a duck to hug STAT!
All ducks aside...I have a list of 5 Instagram accounts to get you excited about Spring gardening. @BraebourneFarm is at the top of my list. This Australian based Instagram account gives me life all winter long. The Allee's of pleached trees and agapanthus are the most spectacular I have ever seen.
The Art Of Gardening
This one I recently started following on Instagram and this account does not disappoint! It is one of many that doesn't post original content but gathers inspiration from other Instagrammers and the internet at large.
She has one of the most beautifully neat gardens I've seen. The hardscape is to die for and the overall formal design is so happy and bright. Her use of whites is especially gorgeous. She also has a website/blog which gets me through the awful Virginia winter. Since she is in Australia there is a seasonal juxtaposition that works so very well for me.
Positioned in the Northwestern U.S. Floret one of my biggest inspirations for our cut flower business that will be launching this Spring (you know in the next 90 days!) All of our cut flower seed will come from Floret this Spring and Summer. We have a lot of space here for flower farming but we are starting with about 3000 sq. ft. near the vegetable garden.
I just love him! He has been dubbed Scandinavias Martha Stewart and his feed is inspiring. He not only has a glorious instagram feed but his own line of bulbs in Denmark. P.S. isn't that Allium magnificient.
Make sure you follow these 5 Instagram accounts to get you excited about Spring gardening! They are all sure to inspire you in your own garden. Oh...and don't forget those sweet little ducks. Follow them too.
Hi! I'm Amy, the current owner of beautiful Boscobel Farm! Named the "beautiful woods" (Italian) in the early 1700's. Our nearly 60 year old home the newest structure to be built on the foundation of a historic Virginia Plantation.
Boscobel cut flowers
Launching Spring 2018