Aleksandr Kozlovskii
March 14, 2017

There's something about a vibrant field of flowers that brings immediate thoughts of spring and new beginnings. There are the obvious reasons this happens—flowers do, after all, bloom once those April showers hit—but a single glance at a pollen-dusted wildflower patch can completely refresh and revitalize your day.

Unfortunately, we can't all wander off into a bright field of blooms at all times of the year, so Instagram provides the perfect opportunity for some digital daydreams. Ahead, we pulled eight of our favorite floral photographers—from illustrators to garden designers—for your daydreaming needs. Check them out:

@justinablakeney

Mind blown

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There's a serious jungle vibe happening on Justina's account—and it's only further accentuated by her self-run website, The Jungalow—but the vibrant colors, fauna, and blooms are not to be missed by wildflower and springtime blossom fans.

Follow her at @justinablakeney

@lanitrock

good morning, i love you.

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Once a week, this Instagrammer posts a stunning scene with a simple caption: "Hello, I love you." It's a quick reminder to take in the beautiful—no matter what that may be to you—and send a little thanks its way for making an appearance in your list.

Follow her at @lanitrock.

@catherine_clc

This garden designer is constantly introducing her followers to new plants, herbs, and flowers and her photos have a great washed-out, "lazy Sunday" vibe to them that's hard to match. In a world where flowers are judged on vibrancy, it's refreshing to see them in this diminished light.

Follow her at @catherine_clc

@texas_hillcountry

This account is all about showing the beautiful landscape Texas has to offer. Whether it's wildflowers, swimming holes, wildlife, or waterfalls, there are plenty of photos that'll bring you to an impulse plane ticket purchase.

Follow them at @texas_hillcountry

@botanicaetcetera

You won't find many landscape shots on this account (if any), but instead explore bouquets, illustrations, paintings, tapestries, and even wallpapers featuring some of springtime's most beautiful blooms.

Follow her at @botanicaetcetera

@brahmino

You won't find wildflowers on this account year-round, but the seasonal nature of the photos you find here just have to be noted. Come springtime, you'll notice more vibrant landscape shots as opposed to the wintry snow scenes you'll find during colder months.

Follow him at @brahmino

@hikebeyondthehills

This hiking group visits trails around the world and shares the prettiest scenes on their Instagram account. If you're looking for a little mental vacation that'll get you into the great outdoors, you found it.

Follow them at @hikebeyondthehills

@freedomrise

.🌼🌼🌼. . A little wildflower inspired piece for you today!

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This account is actually representing a clothing brand, but the floral illustrations are more than worth a follow. 

Follow her at @freedomrise

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