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6 Instagram accounts to give you major indoor garden goals

For the love of indoor jungles, whimsical houseplants, and adorable succulents.

By Aditi Gaitonde Fernandes

If you’re one of those who ardently follows #Plantstagram, you will love these local plant parents. Our city lives often don’t give us the luxury of backyard gardens, but that’s no reason to give up. These Singaporeans found a way to grow a flourishing urban garden inside their homes. They also dole out sound advice, services, tips, and tricks.

Lush and burgeoning, these 6 Instagram feeds are bound to make you want to nurture a houseplant or two.

#1 @greenvertluk

A Canadian designer living in Singapore, Tyco Tat’s account is filled with everything from giant Monsteras to tiny terrariums. We love how his laundry room by the window that’s dressed in green.

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#2 @mossingarden

Charles Loh’s urban enchanted forest-like feed is filled with one spectacular terrarium after another. You’ll also find luscious spaces, terrariums you can buy, dreamy installations and info on his workshops.

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#3 @crazyplantaddict

Chloe Cheng, a food and still-life photographer, is a self-proclaimed plant addict (it’s in her Insta-handle). We featured her home back in our Jul/Aug 2017 issue when she started planting her urban oasis. Get a glimpse of her HDB flat and beautifully styled pictures, especially her collection of succulents.

 

#4 @tumbleweedplantssg

An inspiring feed of green treasures, Tumble Weed Plants is a local plant shop in a 1930s shophouse. You’ll find pretty pots, arty planters, green leafy installations and a bunch of styling ideas.

 

#5 @kennkangwei

Architect Kenn Goh loves creating and cultivating. His Instagram feed is filled with moody shots of his home and minimalistic pictures of his plants.

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#6 @greenbanana_instg

This green thumb’s Instagram feed is brimming with terrariums of all shapes and sizes. You’ll also get a heads up about their workshops where you can learn how to make your own terrarium.



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