and most surely was served in the earliest gardens.
There are many types of Gardens, and many types of Tea”
I wish you could read the whole article.
Wanda also sent me by mail a copy of this article which was in
in the newspaper with my Tea Setting photo published.
in her spare time in the month of April.
The humidity is very low ( about 7%) which is how humans survive.
when her garden is at it’s peak. Wanda’s friend Donna has Tea’s set up on two patio’s,
serving from two to seven people at 1:00pm and again at 3:00pm.
I noticed the lovely garden blooming, the lace netting covering the fountain is to keep the leaves out of the fountain, from the fierce winds they have in the desert. Donna Woods has a large Magnolia Tree in her courtyard. A Magnolia Tree growing in the Mojave Desert is almost unheard of. Over turned Teacups keeps out the bugs, and other things the fierce winds bring with it.
A simple Apple in the center of the table,
says to me this setting will be served with wonderful Apples.
What a lovely Garden to look upon as you relax having Tea
and has painted these poppies in oils.
“FRIED EGG PLANT”
The bloom looks like a fried egg!
The Matilija Poppies are so lovely!
Wanda, Thank You so Much for the Tour of Your Friend Donna Woods’
Garden and Teas in Your Lovely
Northern Mojave Desert!
Today I am joining Susan at Between Naps On The Porch
where she is hosting Tablescape Thursday
As Always Save A Cup Of Tea For Me!
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