What are #plantmoms and #plantdads?

There is a Schlumbergera on the windowsill, Areca lingering in the corner, and Calathea decorating the entrance. Do you have pictures instantly in front of your inner eye? So you could be #plantmom or #plantdad – or at least you have the qualifications to become part of this Instagram community. Plantmoms and plantdads equip themselves with their favorite plants in the social network as others with their pets or children. So the two terms were chosen to be clear: Translated, they mean “mother of plants” and “father of plants.”

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Over 3.4 million posts have the hashtag #plantmom, and users have tagged 541,000 photos and videos with #plantdad. And: If you browse Instagram under the hashtag #plantparents (“plant parents”), you’ll see photos of couples posing with succulents as if they were their sons or daughters. Dogs and cats rush across the picture quite often. There is clearly a cross between #plantmom and #plantdad as well as #catmom and #dogdad (“cat mom” and “dog dad”).

The common room is like #urbanjungle

Excited parents tend to be less fussy and fussy. In society, it is not the influence on specialized knowledge or an exotic group that is of interest to many. Not even a green thumb is absolutely necessary to belong. What matters is the sincere will to cherish, care for and keep your indoor and balcony plants alive.

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Many Plantmoms and Plantdads belong to Millennials or Generation Z. They decorate their communal rooms, balconies, and apartments with green plants such as Monstera, palm trees, or single leaf plants. Once a few green plants and succulents have gone, they quickly take up more space and time. On the one hand, plant parents love to grow new plants from the branches – and on the other hand, they take care of existing plants so lovingly that they mature into large and impressive plants.

Hence, the hashtag #urbanjungle can also be found under some photos on Instagram. Because in the many common rooms of a plant or a plant, you feel as if you are standing in the middle of a forest.

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who else Inspiration for a forest of indoor plants in your home You should take a closer look at the following Plantfluencer accounts.

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Urbanjungleblog: Comprehensive

The selection of furnishing ideas on the Instagram account “Urbanjungleblog” is gigantic. That’s because Igor Josefovich from Munich and Judith de Graaf from near Paris show photos and videos from living rooms from around the world. The result is a colorful assortment of furnishing ideas for plant lovers.

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Joy Plants in the Woods: True to Life and in a Good Mood

Joseph Buchholz, better known as Youtuber “Joey’s Jungle,” is not a professional in plant care. He seems to be most loved when he gives his community tips on how to prevent calathea from dying or which plants are suitable for beginners. But “Joye’s Jungle Plants” channel is currently dormant as is the main channel. The YouTuber is taking a break.

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Marienova: For fans of old buildings and cats

“Messy, perfectionist, introverted”: This is how plant student Mary of Jenna describes herself. Her account shows a cross between plant and cat lovers. In her old apartment in the building, furnished in warm colors and with many plants, a tender four-legged friend crept into the picture. Marie can not only be found on Instagram (marienova), but she also runs a YouTube channel (Marienova). There she offers tips on caring for plants.

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Kevinsgreenpets: Authentic and feel good

Without much chichi, Kevin Qiu from Karlsruhe shows what he has: a lot of plants in his home. If you scroll through the kevinsgreenpets Instagram account, you’ll see soothing photos of lush green leaves that don’t require a filter. In order to save himself from work, Kevin developed an irrigation system for his “green pets,” as meinKa says.

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Floramalia:

Flora Amalie Pedersen (floraamalie) combines a selection of antique furniture with her own botanical collection. Instagrammer does not give insight into her life in the form of pictures. In the caption below her photos, she writes detailed texts about what’s on her mind at the moment.

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By the way, the term “Florence flan” is a portmanteau of “vegetable” and “influencer”.

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