Has lockdown released your love for gardening? Or have you always had green fingers!
From seasoned pros to newbies on the block, lockdown gave many of us the chance to spend more time in the garden and re-vamp our outdoor spaces.
With research suggesting that the British public spent over 322 million pounds more on plants in 2020 compared to 2019, we predict that it wont stop there any time soon.
As summer approaches and we reach into the shed to find our gardening gear, we wanted to share some inspiring UK gardens accounts from Instagram...
My Formal Garden
This beautiful garden proudly owned by Vas features immaculate design, beautiful symmetry and some of our favourites including white hydrangeas and buxus balls. After completely transforming this garden with impressive before and after shots, Vas shows us you can make the most of any space.
See more: @myformalgarden
Kates Homely Home
This beautiful Georgian home is as stunning on the inside as it is outside. An inspiring follow for both interior and garden. With elegant outdoor settings, Kate shows us how to make sitting in the garden that extra bit special. We especially love how Kate has made her greenhouse the perfect afternoon tea spot, complete with chandelier and bunting...
See more: @kateshomelyhome
My Little Allotment
For many people taking up a new hobby has been important over the last year. A very popular choice has been reaping the rewards of growing fruit and veg. With her hashtag #everyonecangrowtheirown Kirsty is a joy to follow for advice and inspiration when it comes to creating your kitchen garden. This must be the prettiest allotment we have ever seen!
See more: @my_little_allotment
The Suffolk Nest
Now, we believe there's nothing better than having fresh cut flowers around the house to brighten your mood. So whether you have a garden or not, cut flowers are a great way to bring the joy of the outdoors into your home. Ashlee Jane shows you how flowers can transform your home by her inspiring designs and online tutorials. A beautiful page to follow all year around!
See more: @the_suffolk_nest
If you have been inspired by any of these blooming wonderful pages, let us know by starting the conversation on social media. Find us @johnpartridgeco and use the hashtag #partridgepeople