Hello everyone, happy October to you! Last weekend we had such beautiful warm weather, so perfect for another outdoor tea! I placed the tea table in front of the potting shed at home, close by my window box filled with nasturtiums. Every spring I like to plant a lot of nasturtium seeds. Seems like this time of year my petunia's are fading away and planting nasturtiums brings a pop of color for fall. They are also so pretty in a tossed salad, as they are edible.
A pair of Scarecrows stopped by for tea. Their work in the garden is over since the produce is harvested!
Tea today is Taylors of Harrogate Yorkshire Gold, a full bodied dark tea. I made some yummy spice sugar cookies, also.
The brown transferware tea set is the Yorkshire pattern, made in Staffordshire England. I found the teapot (really a coffee pot) at a antique mall, the sugar and creamer at a thrift store, and the two teacups on Ebay . I love the scene, a lazy fall day bringing in the hay.
Hoping you are enjoying tea time today!
Thank you for visiting and have a wonderful Autumn week!
I will be joining the following parties: Teatime Tuesday, Friends Sharing Tea, Teacup Tuesday, Tuesday Cuppa Tea, What's It Wednesday, Share Your Cup Thursday, Simple and Sweet Fridays, Home Sweet Home, and Show and Tell Friday.