Sunday, August 25, 2013

Tea At The Farm Garden

Hello and welcome!  Happy last week of August!  We have been at our little farm for a few days and I enjoyed a tea by my flower garden.









Lots of white flowers blooming!  Hydrangea's, Shasta daisies, tall Phlox, and the spears of Boarman's Root.









I like the look of the vintage tablecloth with the colors of the tea set  and chair.









I bought the floral tea set a few years ago at a Ross store while traveling south.  Only $9.99 for the teapot,  four cups and saucers, and the sugar and creamer!












The little angel was a thrift store find.  She was painted with very bright colors and I spray painted her a soft white.  Shall we say a prayer before we have tea?






I hope you enjoyed tea time today!





Thank you so much for visiting and have a great week!

I will be joining the following parties:  Make It Pretty Monday, A Return To Loveliness, Tea Time Tuesday, Tea In The Garden, Teacup Tuesday, Tuesday Cuppa Tea, Share Your Cup Thursday, and Show and Tell Friday.

27 comments:

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Very pretty, I like that pink chair! And your flowers are so pretty.
Gina

SarahGeorge said...

Simply awesome....Just love the floral tea set:). It's so nice to join you once again for a wonderful tea time at your farm garden with beautiful blooms by the side:).

Lavender Cottage said...

A delightful tea in the garden, the table cloth and china go well together. The angel is much nicer in white I should think, and will watch over us during tea.
I'm wondering if what you're calling boarman's root is the same plant we call culver's root? I have it growing by my tea house and it looks like the same spiky flower.
Judith

Sylvia said...

Beutiful photo's. Love all the pink.

Stephanie said...

Another glorious tea in the garden :) Your tablecloth is stunning and it looks perfect with your china. Thank you for sharing with us - I always enjoy visiting you.

Hugs!

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Everything goes so well together - I love the angel. I'm been looking for an angel for the garden that doesn't have a goofy looking face - I'll keep looking.

Ruthie Miller said...

Such a pretty tablecloth and I love your pink chair too.
Lovely tea for thee.
Best, Ruthie from Lady B's

Tea in Texas said...

Your outside setting in the garden was so special. From the blue sky, the greenery, and the wonderful table were so pristine. The angel and bird napkin ring just brought heaven down into your garden.

Pam

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What a darling tea setting, Nancy! I love your pretty tea set and what a good deal you got. The chair and tablecloth are so pretty and I love all the white flowers. Your little angel is so cute sitting there too. It would be a delight to join you for tea, my friend! Thank you for sharing.

Blessings,
Sandi

Shelia said...

What a lovely spot for a little tea table. Love that vintage table cloth and the pink chair! Your tea set is so sweet and your flowers! What a pretty place. Thank you so much for popping in to see my little dolls.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia :0

Karen said...

So lovely. I also have that tea set. You displayed yours so beautifully with the sweet furniture. Have a wonderful week!
Take care,
Karen

Luján Fraix said...

Hello
Bellísimo blog, congratulations, I'm glad I found and here I'm a follower of your lovely site. A kiss and a hug from Argentina.
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Bernideen said...

What a lovely tea set - one I have never seen before. Your outdoor area is perfect for tea and I love the fabric on that chair. Love the chair!

KathyB. said...

The white flowers surrounding your tea table are what attracted me to the rest of the post. ( not that I would have missed reading , but the white flowers made this a MUST read ! )I think you have inspired e to consider all white flower plantings in the future.

What a find, the tea set is lovely and perfect for so many tea times.

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Your tea time setting is so femine and beautiful. I love the bright colors. The table cloth is magnificent and the China us judt as lovely. The garden is delightful to look at. Thanks for visiting me. Your comment was very sweet.

Beth said...

Your tea set is beautiful, Nancy. It matches your chair and tablecloth! I enjoyed seeing the whites in your garden. I love the Boarman's root - wonder if that is the same as Culver's root. It resembles it for sure. Have a blessed week!

Luján Fraix said...

Thanks friend for coming to visit me in Argentina, a pleasure for me that we can share all the beauty that everyone can contribute, to enrich each other.
A big kiss, thanks again for following me on my blog.

Red Rose Alley said...

This is the prettiest setting I've seen. I love that chair! The angel is so sweet. I would love to sit out there and have a cup of tea and sit and chat.

Love,
~Sheri

kitty said...

Hi dear Nancy, I thought I'd come by because I knew you would put a happy smile on my face. Your tea is delightful, as always. xo

Ms Lemon of Make Mine Lemon said...

This is just gorgeous and at a wonderful price. How often does that happen.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Hello -- there's an award for you over at my blog today (Thurs Aug 29)!

kate maryon said...

I thought of you on Tuesday when I had my garden tour... I had planned on setting up a tea table! I ran out of time....so I will endeavor to set one up for a different post.

Maria said...

Gorgeous tea setting and that lovely cherubim just made me smile!

Marie Angelique

Susan Boback said...

You are an inspiration, Nancy! I hope to do a fall seating in my vegetable garden. I've been to your farm in the winter, but look forward to a visit in the fall.

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Hello Nancy, your tea in the garden is just gorgeous - love the beautiful cherubic face! I am delighted to share that your post will be featured in this week's A Return to Loveliness,
I appreciate you sharing,
Kathy

Jann Olson said...

Hi Nancy, everything goes so pretty together. Love the tablecloth and chair! I have never heard of Boarmans Root. Noticed it right off and wondered what it was. I must see if it will grow here. Gorgeous garden as usual! Thanks for sharing it with SYC.
hugs,
Jann

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Nancy: I just love your yard and how lovely everything looks. I love to visit here. Have a great week. Blessings, Martha