Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Lady Baker's Tea




Hello everyone,

It is time to enjoy an afternoon
tea in the garden.
      Today tea is served here in Martha's Garden,
our little enclosed garden.


                                                       Earlier this summer Katherine from
                                                       Lady Baker's Tea did a photoshoot
                                                       in our garden. You can check out
                                                       her blog here to find out more about
                                                       her delicious looseleaf teas lemon curd etc.
                                                           Shannon and Shane are enjoying the tea.
                                                           You will see more of Shane on Lady Bakers
                                                            Tea blog.

                                                                               
It tasted just as good as it looks.
I am a big fan of scones,lemon curd
and clotted cream....what about you?


                                                   I hope you too take time to enjoy
                                                              a lovely afternoon tea.
                                                                 If you are at the Farmer's Market
                                                              in Charlottetown be sure to check out
                                                              Lady Baker's Tea.

                                                                     Today, I am joining Bernideen's
                                                                Tea Time party to celebrate National
                                                                 Tea week. Pop in to see her beautiful
                                                                  tea . I want to try her delicious Peach
                                                                  Kuchen.

                                                                              Thank you for visiting!

                                                                                              Carolyn

19 comments:

Susan said...

Love the little garden nook, Carolyn. That would be a great place to have tea. Susan

Bernideen said...

Love all your "little garden nooks" and always happy to see you participate in my blog tea party! Thanks for sharing!

Sylvia said...

Carolyn, Lemon is one of my favorite flavors. It looks wonderful. I'm sure they enjoyed tea. Have a great week. Sylvia D.

xinex said...

Lovely outdoor tea setting! The strawberries are so red and look so good...Christine

Tea in Texas said...

Absolutely enjoy your post in the garden. The three sections tray is so perfect for the cream and jam which is a good idea. I love scones and my favorite place is Panera's with their orange and the apple cinnamon flavors which come come home with me! Please, pop over to my post of a Seashore tea time.
Have a grand week!
Pam

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

Came over from Bernideen's blog party. Your table setting and garden are lovely. Will be checking out Ms Baker's blog too.

thel day said...

A beautiful post as usual. Your tablecloth is such a lovely colour agains the garden greens.

Louca por porcelana said...

Lovely afternoon tea at your wonderful garden.Thanks for sharing,hugs.

sarah said...

Your garden is so enchanting.

Sandi said...

Those strawberries!

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

I'm always intrigued by a little enclosed garden within a garden. Beautiful, Carolyn!

Parsimonious Perfection said...

Lovely, as always! I adore the blue cup, so pretty!

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Such a charming and lovely afternoon tea in your enchanting garden. Thank you for sharing.

Hugs,

Janet
rosemary-thyme.blogspot.com

UTKANE Z PASJI said...

Pięknie i uroczo jak zawsze. Zapraszam Panią do mnie na herbatkę lawendową:))

Margie said...

What a lovely garden tea setting! I enjoy clotted cream with the scones, but have never tried it with lemon curd.

Terry L. said...

A relaxing tea outdoors is divine!

FABBY'S LIVING said...


What a wonderful tea outdoors! Wish I could be there.
Hugs,
Fabby

Marilyn Miller said...

It all looks quite beautiful.

Ruth W said...

Lovely Carolyn. What a romantic setting, and it looks deicious!
Ruth