Plant embryogenesis begins with fertilization and ends with the generation of the basic body plan of the future plant. Despite its importance, the dynamics of flowering plant ontogeny have long been a mystery, because the embryo develops deep in the maternal tissue. Recently, an embryonic live-cell imaging system was established in Arabidopsis thaliana by developing an in vitro ovule cultivation method and utilizing two-photon excitation microscopy (2PEM), which is suitable for deep imaging. This system enabled us to visualize intracellular dynamics during zygote polarization and monitor the cell division pattern during embryogenesis from the zygote until organ formation. In this chapter, we describe a method that allows for high-resolution imaging of cytoskeletal rearrangements in the zygote and long-term tracing of embryo patterning.