Thursday, July 12, 2018

You're Invited to a Victorian Garden Tea Party

                                                                             Hello everyone,

                                                     Yesterday was a busy day in the garden as we
                                                      had a big bus load of gardener's from Nova Scotia
                                                      arrive in the afternoon as well as our "open garden"
                                                      visitors in the evening and a lovely couple from Montreal.
                                                       So, I had lots of fellow gardeners to chat with!
                                                            Now, I am looking forward to hosting a
                                                      Victorian Garden Tea soon......Saturday, July 21th.
                                                            There will be 2 seatings 10 to 12 am and 1:30
                                                       to 3:30. Tickets are going fast go so if you would
                                                        like to come you can buy your ticket online from
                                                        Gaylene Smith.
                                                        This is a fundraiser for Mikinduri Children of Hope
                                                         and the tickets are $25 each. I am happy to be able
                                                         to support this great cause .

There will be tea and scones with devonshire cream
and lemon curd.

                                                             You can enjoy a stroll through the garden.
                                                              You can check out the photos from my
                                                              Downton Abbey Tea a few years ago here.

Our late July garden a few years ago.

Take a tour of the Gardener's Cottage

Enjoy our little Boathouse that my husband and
son built a few years ago using recycled windows
doors etc.

The Boathouse is a favorite spot with
many of our visitors and I have enjoyed
sleeping in here on warm summer nights.

I love being able to use my rather
large collection of  pretty china.

                                             My friend Janice on our screened porch ,giving the bouquets a final
                                              tweak. I love picking bouquets for the tables
                                             from the garden .

So, if you are free and this looks like
something you would enjoy and support
a very worthy cause at the same time you
can contact Gaylene Smith  for tickets.

For more info on getting your tickets

Hope to see you soon!


Bernideen said...

How fabulous. I am sure you will have to turn them away. What a special time and to see your gardens would be so special.

Bernideen said...

I meant turn them away because it fills up of course!

sarah said...

I wish I didn't live on the other side of the world so I could attend this!

JoAnn said...

I was going to ask where you were located, but when I scrolled down to the bottom of the page I seen Prince Edward Island. My heart sank! I am a big fan of Ann of Green Gables. I would dearly love to come there. But alas I am too far away. Everything is just beautiful.

Victorian Tailor said...

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Constance said...

Your boat house is just enchanting, I'm sure I could curl up on that bed and have the most magical dreams.


Linda said...

I wish I could be there, Carolyn, to support your cause.
It's a great thing you are doing and I know it will be wonderful.
Wishing you a beautiful day,
Linda at Beautiful Ideas


Olá, uma bela iniciativa. Estou torcendo pelo sucesso. Já fico imaginando sua bela decoração. Gostaria muito de estar presente, mas a distância impede. Sucesso.


Garden Fancy said...

I hope your Victorian Tea was hugely successful, and I know your guests enjoyed themselves with that scrumptious cream tea and touring your lovely gardens -- lucky them! Thanks for sharing it with us too, via our armchairs. Best, -Beth