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Nigella Lawson shares pictures of beautiful garden full of roses

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Photo credit: Rosie Greenway - Getty Images
Photo credit: Rosie Greenway - Getty Images

Fans of Nigella Lawson will no doubt visit her social media pages for daily recipe inspiration. But lately, the TV star and chef has been showing fans glimpses of her beautiful garden, too.

Her latest update is on the roses that she is growing. Taking to Instagram, Nigella said: "Olivia Rose Austin blooming beautifully in my garden."

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Olivia Rose Austin roses are part of a type of English rose shrub bred by David Austin, a family farm in Shropshire that carries out most of its rose growing by hand. According to its website, this certain type of rose shrub has "pretty buds [that] open to beautiful, cupped rosettes of an even, mid pink colouring."

Nigella's roses certainly look beautifully pink and are set against lush, green foliage. The chef has been sharing a few updates of her gardening lately, including foxgloves and tulips.

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Nigella's foxgloves look gorgeous set against the background of greenery, a wooden canopy and an on-trend, hot pink bistro set. We're particularly taken by the chairs, that can be bought through Made Design.

At £215 per chair, there's no denying they come at a very expensive price tag! Luckily, we've found a similar option, from Dunelm, that offers an entire bistro set (two chairs and a table) for £199.

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