It IS easy being green! Boys with Plants who teach fans their flora from their fauna win legions of Instagram fans thanks to scantily-clad snaps
- Instagram account Boys with Plants was set up in 2016 and has 120,000 fans
- Scott Cain curates images of handsome men posing with flora in their gardens
- Men across the world submit pictures – along with their best gardening advice
- It has been made in to a coffee table book featuring tips on how to care for plants
A successful Instagram account aimed at green-fingered millennials has just been made into a book.
The book is based on the eponymous and blooming Instagram account, Boys with Plants, set up by ‘plant guru’ and graphic designer Scott Cain, from Australia.
He set up the social media account in 2016 and began curating pictures of plant-loving men from around the world, encouraging them to share their best plant tips.
Now, the account has more than 120,000 fans who love its quirky mix of plants, gardening advice and attractive young men posing in their pants.
A release describes the coffee table book as ‘a fun and lush celebration of the dreamiest dudes with the greenest thumbs.’
The collection showcases a wide array of beautiful plants and luscious flora, along with 50 men from around the world who love and care for them.
The book also features tips on how to select, grow, and style plants, plus a short bio of each boy.
Boys with Plants curated by Scott Cain is published by Modern Books, £9.99 hardback.
Boys with Plants began as an Instagram account back in 2016 – and has been a massive hit
The account’s owner has now curated 50 of the best images to make a coffee table book
Fans can even submit their own photos to features on the Boys with Plants Instagram page
This excitable young chap was delighted to discover one of his plants boasts a leaf larger than his torso
Beaming proudly, this young man appears to be showing off his growing Bonsai tree
This Boy with Plant appears to be particularly proud of his lengthy Devil’s Ivy (Golden Pothos)
Many of the shots are very artistically shot, but Scott ensures they are still informative – each model supplies a useful gardening tip when they submit their pictures
A bemuscled bearded man enjoys a moment of quiet with his morning coffee and his plants
It would appear that, pictorially at least, men with plants has replaced L’Enfant and firemen cradling kittens
A thoughtful young man gazes into the distance while a large Swiss cheeseplant (Monstera deliciosa) preserves his modesty