Welcome to Tea in the Garden and Mr. Jeremy Fisher was going to give you a WELCOME shout out - but he's busy smelling his columbines!
Mr. Peter Rabbit does welcome you as well!
I pushed the patio tea cart out in the garden this morning and set up a little tea.
My early morning lighting isn't to great so I think I need a better camera to overcome some of these problems.
We are finally having some beautiful Spring weather so I was out in the garden early this morning before going to work. I so look forward to being "retired" and having the time for the things I love! I am often out till almost dark trying to do my garden work.
Because many of you have commented and asked: the foxgloves are recent entries from Home Depot! Foxgloves are biennials and usually are already in their second year when they are blooming in the pot! I might get one or two to return in the garden but rarely. They are my first love - I got that from Tasha Tudor! I do find that delphiniums are great at coming back! In that sense they are probably a better investment. I DON'T BUY ANNUALS.
I have a new book to share today - "London's Afternoon Teas" by Susan Cohen....you would enjoy reading about all the great tearooms in London. I was surprised that most serve a very contemporary looking style tea. What a treat to visit them. I was especially charmed by the High Tea of Highgate Tea Room and would love to go there!
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