Nigella shared a stunning peek into her garden with foxgloves in full bloom

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Photo credit: Dave J Hogan - Getty Images
Photo credit: Dave J Hogan - Getty Images

Nigella Lawson shared a stunning photograph of her garden this morning (11 June) with her foxglove flowers in full bloom.

Her garden was the picture of summer as potted foxgloves lined the raised steps to her patio, leading to a covered seating area.

The secluded spot sits beneath a garden pergola of foliage making for a perfect shaded spot to escape the heat during the day.

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Nigella’s four pink dining chairs compliment the natural hues of the foxgloves and add a vibrant touch to the blooming garden.

While most of the content Nigella shares revolves around food (unsurprisingly!) she does occasionally share glimpses into her garden and the plants she has been growing, such as her green and pink mottled Actinidia Kolomikta.

The TV chef has also previously shared a look at her garden pergola from above, as the leaves glowed green after the rain.

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If you’re looking to inject some vibrancy into your garden through your own garden seating, pink bistro style chairs like Nigella's can be found at Made in Design online.

The stackable chairs are £199 each, however there are other ways to be tickled pink in the garden with less of a price tag.

For a retro look, this pair of chairs could offer colour and make a statement with their stylish and on-trend shape.

Or, for ultimate comfort, these John Lewis beanbags are designed for both indoors and outdoors and are a squashy and informal way to enjoy your garden in the summer.

If you're looking for more styling ideas, we've put together some handy small garden ideas as well as front garden ideas.

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