Get ready for spring with these floral Instagram accounts.

By Chelsea Traber Burns
March 09, 2018

Spring is just around the corner and while we're excited for lighter layers and more sunshine, we're probably most excited about all of the fresh buds that will soon be popping up. But until then, give these floral Instagram accounts a follow to get inspired.

@FloretFlower
Based out of Washington state, Erin Benzakein-Floret shares bunches and bunches of flowers from her 2-acre farm. She became known for her plate-sized dahlias but is now also an expert in poppies and sweet peas. Find a favorite flower from her posts? She also sells seeds for the flowers she posts on her site. And if you're not sure where to get started, she has a book as well.

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@GraceRoseFarm
If you're a lover of roses, you'll want to give this account a follow. Based out of LA, Grace Rose Farm grows organic garden roses of all shapes, sizes, and hues. They recently bought a new farm and we can't wait to see what exciting new varieties that will bring.

 

@RootandBloom
If you're a bride looking for bouquet inspiration, look no further. Jessica Huston's floral bouquets are whimsical yet classic and elegant. But one of the best parts of her Instagram feed is the floral altars and chuppahs.

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@TheFlowerHat
Julio Freitas is a floral designer and farmer based out of Bozeman, MT. While his floral creations are stunning, it's his "armload" portraits that will blow you away. We're not quite sure how he does it but it makes the flowers come to life in a way like you've probably never seen before.

 

@TarrnationFlowers
Vanessa Tarr shares pictures of her family's dreamy flower farm in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. While all of their flowers are stunning, it was this image of foxglove as tall as the person holding it that really stopped us in our Instagram scrolling tracks.

 

@Flora.Forager
For a different take on floral arranging, check out @Flora.Forager. As a botanical artist, Bridget Collins creates images and scenes like the one of swans above, simply using flowers and plants. You can also purchase your favorite prints from her website. We love the idea of framing a few in a nursery.

 

@3PorchFarm
This husband and wife team is growing sustainable flowers and fruit on their solar-powerd and bio-fueled farm in Georgia. Unlike other growers up north, their spring season is already in full swing—we had a hard time choosing just which image of ranunculus and poppies to choose from. Give them a follow to cure your spring fever.

@FlourishFlowerFarm
Every image Niki Irving posts of her flowers from her North Carolina farm looks like it could be in an Anthropologie ad. From ombré poppies to sunrise daffodils, some of her flowers look like they were invented by Dr. Seuss. Check out flourishflowerfarm.com for workshops she hosts in the area.

@DahliaMayFlowerFarm
This Canadian florist and farmer makes all of our French farmer's market dreams come true with the way she arranges her blooms in the neatest groupings in tin buckets. Plus, her ranunculus are like a piece of art with as many layers as a proper croissant.


@Jayflora_Designs
Jamie and Jed's Instagram feed is full of unique blooms as well as unique ideas for your next event. We loved this take on a modern flower garden. Choose your favorite flower then string it through some clear fishing line. Use it as a photobooth backdrop or hang it at the altar.