What are Plants communities?
Plant Communities are online hangouts for plant enthusiasts. This list of communities provides an index of the most popular and active forums, blogs, social networks and other resources for plant lovers. All of these communities have their own specific focus. Some cover general topics such as gardening tips, plant care and garden design while others are more niche-specific such as succulent plants or bonsai trees. If you're a beginner trying to not kill your first plant, or an expert green thumb, surround yourself with other plant lovers today!
About Online Communities on Independent Platforms
These are online communities that are hosted on their own platform, and not a part of a social network like Reddit/Facebook/LinkedIn, or communication platform like Slack and Discord. Although they may utilize community software like circle.so to implement the features of their community, they have their own brand and identity.
Dave's GardenDave's Garden is one of the largest sites for gardeners in the world. With tens of thousands of encyclopedic files on plants, bugs, and birds, as well as helpful articles by our gardening experts, you'll find everything you need help your garden grow. Founded in 2000, Dave's Garden caters to the interests and needs of gardeners and horticultural professionals worldwide. Beyond informational articles, our community supports an open and safe place for advice, shared experiences, and an active seed and plant trade.
Guerilla GardeningFor all your guerilla gardening questions.
UBC Botanical Garden ForumsUBC Botanical Garden is Canada’s oldest university botanic garden, established in 1916 under the directorship of John Davidson, British Columbia’s first provincial botanist. The original mission of the garden was research into the native flora of British Columbia. Over the past 100 years, the mission of UBC Botanical Garden has broadened to include education, research, conservation, community outreach, and public display of temperate plants from around the world.
TomatovilleWelcome to the world's largest online community of tomato growers!
Gardeners CornerWelcome to Gardeners Corner! Have a gardening question?
Garden StewWelcome to Garden Stew. What's in your garden?
Gardening ForumsWe're a friendly gardening community, with members of all experience levels welcome. Vegetable, fruit, shrubs, lawns and all other questions are catered for.
Terraforums: Carnivorous Plant DiscussionsJoin other carnivorous plant lovers and identify plants, share tips, or trade plants.
British Cactus and Succulent SocietyWhether you are an expert grower or a novice – or are just thinking of starting up the hobby – the Society and its community of like minded members will help and guide you all the way.
International Carnivorous Plants SocietyEnjoying plants through cultivation, working to conserve wild habitat for the future, and promoting research.
UK FungiA forum for fungi enthusiasts - help to identify your fungus.
National Gardening AssociationNGA promotes gardening by helping home gardeners succeed, growing in health, knowledge, environmental awareness, and enthusiasm. In the numerous ways the National Gardening Association reaches gardeners, we help make home and community gardens greener and more productive. From vegetables, herbs, fruits, trees, lawns, flowers, and houseplants, we provide people with the information they need to get started in the world of gardening and grow and maintain thriving, sustainable, and environmentally responsible food gardens and landscapes.ForumNewsletter
Helpful GardenerHelpful Gardener is a friendly gardening forum, founded in 2004. Winner of a BusinessWeek Site of the Year Award. Includes forums, blogs, and book clubs.Forum
PermiesPermaculture podcasts, articles, videos, and more.ForumPerksJobs
Mid Atlantic Carnivorous Plants SocietyFounded in January 2017, MACPS is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting scientific knowledge, education, and general awareness of carnivorous plants and their cultivation. We hold four meetings a year throughout PA, MD, VA, WV, DE, NJ, NY, and Washington, D.C., and also go on field trips and exchange cultivation advice that is uniquely suited for this region. Our meetings are open to everyone! They feature lunch, a moderated Q&A on carnivorous plant cultivation, talks, workshops, and a plant auction. You are always encouraged to bring plants to display and auction.ForumPerksEventsNewsletter