Friday, July 29, 2016


Today I am sharing my vintage Bavarian Wildflower
 Teaset for "Tea In The Garden":

Some of you might remember back in 2012 when
I found this vintage teaset in Denver, Colorado.  It is
called "Meadow and Mountain Heights"
 and is from the 30's to 50's.

It's really a coffee pot
 but I have an imagination and I am sure you do too! 
 We are up on the deck overlooking the garden

Missouri does not lack for wildflowers and the
Queen Anne's Lace reign's supreme over all!  
It seems to grow everywhere here and will
soon be coming to a close.  All along the roadside
I see many types of daisies blooming in abundance too.
These are from my yard:

A while back I found this statue of a little girl
and put her on the deck:

I also baked a peach pie into which I added a cup of

Here is the recipe for the peach pie!  Today was quite the
baking day in my kitchen - a quiche, a peach pie and a
cheesecake.  The oven is finally off now!

 I hope you can join me for my tea time blog link party below:

I am sharing with a few parties:
Tuesday Cuppa Tea
Tea Cup Tuesday
Home Sweet Home


quakerhillfarm said...

Beautiful blooms and the peach pie looks delicious!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Your vintage teaset is so pretty and looks so special displayed out on your deck. I've always said that you put together the prettiest bouquets of flowers, Bernideen. Isn't your little girl statue so sweet? Talking about sweet...wish I could have a piece of your peach/blueberry pie and a cup of tea with you. You've been busy, my friend! Thanks for hosting and have a beautiful weekend.

Two Cottages And Tea said...

Your pie looks delicious! Do I ever love your sweet little girl statue! I've seen her in magazines and is my favorite! I have one I found at Walmart years ago but not as cute as yours! You have a lovely deck and I'm sure you enjoy it! Beautiful teatime and your tea set is adorable!
Hugs, Nancy

Johanna Gehrlein said...

Dear Bernideen,
oh my,how fast is time running? Is it really that long that you got the Krautheim set? I remember well. Its beautiful for a summer tea time. And your deck is a wonderful spot to enjoy the sight of your beautiful garden while having tea. Really gorgeous. Thank you for sharing this sweet tea time and for hosting this event. Best greetings, Johanna

Antiques And Teacups said...

Hi Bernideen...peaches and blueberries certainly are the flavor du jour...they are so wonderful right now! Your tea looks so inviting, and the garden is lovely! Love all the wild flowers...wish they didn't make me sneeze! Lol! Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful weekend, and thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!!

Karen said...

Hi Bernideen,
Your vintage tea set is so dear and you really do make beautiful flower arrangements. I can't believe those gorgeous flowers are all from your garden. Your new little girl statue is sweet. Thank you for hosting Tea in the Garden. Blessings, Karen

Susan said...

I just adore your tea set! I happen to be traveling to Colorado on Sunday for work...wish I could have met you when you lived there! XOXO

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Your pie looks yummy!

Unknown said...

What a beautiful name for a beautiful tea/coffee pot! Love the little girl statue, adorable. Everything looks beautiful. Thank you for sharing xo :)

Jean | said...

Bernideen, I love that vintage pattern! AND your peach pie. I always put a lattice crust on a peach pie; otherwise, it's just not right, is it?

Anonymous said...

Lovely setting and that pie looks delicious!

Nora @ Teacup Tales said...

Your tea party in the garden with the beautiful flowers and china looks so inviting. Beautiful floral pattern on your vintage tea set. For some reason I think some coffee pots look nicer than teapots because they are more elongated. Makes them look quite elegant. The pie looks so delicious with its wonderful combination of peaches and blueberries. Thanks for hosting!

Lady Linda said...

Hi Bernideen...your little table looks just so sweet. You yard is so pretty and everything looks so lovely. Thanks for sharing. I love all the flowers.

Michele M./ Finch Rest said...

What a gorgeous outdoor summer tea time tablescape, Bernideen. Wow - it is so pretty and so beautiful.

Your pie looks to die for - and wow you baked three things? And all of them YUMMY!

It cooled off just a tad tonight so before it got dark I gave my garden a tiny bit of love. It needed it big time.

Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs ♥

Marilyn Miller said...

Beautiful "teaset". Yummo, peach pie! Love the little girl statue.

Margie said...

Thank you for hosting and sharing another delightful tea, Bernideen. Your Bavarian tea set is the epitome of tea in the garden!

Beth said...

Your pie is beautiful and so is your teapot. Such a nice, peaceful setting for tea time!

tealady said...

Everything looks so inviting. Wrote down the pie recipe.

The Charm of Home said...

Your tea is beautiful Bernideen! I am journaling form the garden this week and right this minute I am inside taking a look at photos of tea from the garden for next week! I am so happy to get outside for tea! Thanks for hosting!

Mimi said...

Dear Bernideen, thankyou again for the opportunity to share our projects with your community. It's always a pleasure to visit and see what everyone has been up to. I wanted to thankyou for featuring my Nurturing post last week too. I hope you are having a gorgeous week. Love, Mimi xxx