Wednesday, July 25, 2012

A CUP OF "TEA IN THE GARDEN"






Welcome to Tea In The Garden which begins each Wednesday and invites us all to slow down and enjoy a cup of tea in a setting out of doors.  We are having a bit of rain today which is lovely but before it started I was able to catch a few photos.....




This summer has been hotter than usual EVERYWHERE it seems so a garden is a wonderful place to be able to sit without direct sun burning down........ A place to be refreshed and relaxed.  As you have seen - my Queen Anne's Lace explosion has taken place. 




After I did my photo shoot I delivered this bouquet to an elderly neighbor who lives nearby.......so that worked out well!
















I am praying for those experiencing drought this summer...especially the farmers in the midwest. 






I am also linking this post to:

If you have planned a tea in your garden, sun porch, patio or deck - please link below and show us your post on your blog!  I love seeing other people's gardens!  Summer is passing so quickly so maybe this has given you an idea of something you could post!  If you don't garden - just set up tea anywhere you like - but please let's keep this a tea posting!







15 comments:

[email protected] Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hello Bernideen,
Your garden is lovely and the bouquet is as well. Love your pretty china! I picked Queen Anne's Lace for my tea this week. Had to have my tea indoors again. Hope that's alright, if not just delete my post. Wishing you a beautiful day!

Blessings,
Sandi

Marilyn said...

Your friend is going to have such a nice surprise when the flowers are delivered! Love the garden pictures today.♥♫

parTea lady said...

Your photos are beautiful and so is your garden retreat. What a lovely bouquet, too.

Marie Arden said...

Lovely setting. You are lucky to have the queen ann's lace popping up. I have tried to grow it and even plants plants and they always die.
Enjoy your relaxing tea time.

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

You have the most beautiful garden and china - this post is just gorgeous, Bernideen!!!

I am going to join you but unfortunately it isn't in my garden for once - it's just too danged hot today- could have in the morning before the sun came around to the back, but had appointments all day and just couldn't get it together in time.

Thanks for hosting, ma'am!

La Tea Dah said...

Just beautiful! I would love to be in your garden RIGHT NOW! Such a serene and soothing place.

Antiques And Teacups said...

Lovely Bernideen. I love your lacy setting and mosaic birdhoues. Your garden must be such a joy to you!
Ruth

Betty Stapleton said...

oh you're so right -summer is going fast. What a lovely post, flowers are so pretty,still love that teapot and the cupn'saucer. Thank you for sharing...

Two Cottages And Tea said...

Hi Bernideen,
What a joy to see your garden again and take in all the beauty. Your table is so lovely with the beautiful teapot and teacup set. I don't have as much Queen Annes Lace in my gardens as I usually do. Last year I deadheaded most of them. After seeing yours I'm going to let what I have go to seed for next year. Your lucky to still have foxgloves in your garden. Mine have been gone for a month or so. Thank you for hosting this tea party and have a good rest of the week.
Nancy

Sharon Lovejoy said...

Hi Bernideen,

Lovely, and lovely that you took your bouquet to a neighbor!

Bernideen, the story of your neighbor lady who gardened in her GIRDLE must be shared! I hooted. Why would ANYONE garden in a girdle. Yikes????

Cheers!

Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

[email protected] and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Bernideen,
What a serene and charming post!! Your photos are so beautiful!! What a wonderful idea for Tea in the Garden!

Hugs,
Debbbie

Donna Heber said...

Hi Bernideen,

Look at all that beautiful lace! Your summer garden is gorgeous and I love the Queen Anne's Lace. I hope you don't mind me joining you this week with a tea card :-)

Carolyn said...

You have some of my favorite things-flowers ,lace and pretty china!Such a pretty post.

Thank you for hosting,
Carolyn

Lady Linda said...

How beautiful! Are the foxgloves from your garden? I just love them and yours are such a pretty color.
Always a delight to visit you blog.
Linda

Victoria said...

Wowness!! What a super beautiful and enchanting post..your images are stunning ..your blooms and decor, and cups are stunning..love this magical tea!
How I wish I knew of this blog party sooner!! Fabulous!
Victoria