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GWEN Stefani has shown off her incredible flower garden at her ranch in Oklahoma.
The Sweet Escape singer, 53, filmed a stunning pink hibiscus plant full of blooms at her idyllic property on Wednesday.
Gwen posted a video of the plant, which featured pale pink petals, on her Instagram Story.
She also showed off the flower arrangements she made with plants grown on her ranch.
The Voice judge showed off a vase full of yellow sunflowers and another vase brimming with pink, lilac, yellow, and orange zinnias.
The mother of three and her husband Blake Shelton are impressive horticulturalists and grow rows and rows of flowers on their ranch.
Last week, Gwen showed off their garden filled with various annual plants like cosmos, sunflowers, zinnias, and statice.
She posted a clip of herself singer walking behind Blake, 47, next to a huge field of sunflowers.
In the video, she said, “There he goes. Hardest working guy I’ve ever met. Making me work too!” as she pointed the camera at the country singer.
Then she moved the camera to the field of flowers and said: “We did that! With God’s help.”
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Fans swooned over their rustic yet glam lifestyle in the comments.
One said: “Country living at its finest! She done went country y’all.”
Someone else said: “I love how much you guys love gardening together LITERAL COUPLE GOALS.”
“We need a Stefani-Shelton Reality Show, ‘When A City Girl Marries A Country Boy.’ Made for each other,” added a third.
HOME ON THE RANGE
A week earlier, Blake appeared in a TikTok video that showed off a different side of their ranch.
The television star usually keeps a low social media profile but made a special appearance on his wife’s account.
The couple built a mansion in Oklahoma where they secretly tied the knot in 2021.
Taking the camera for a 360 view, he showed off the 1,300-acre ranch while making up his own jingle.
He sang: “Take the truck and cut up this tree.”