Thursday, April 12, 2018


As many of you know, I have
hosted a weekly blog party 
starting in May of 2011. This
blog link party only comes
 during the
season of spring through fall:
(these are all past photos)

We will be starting this soon and
it will be our 140th "Tea In The
Garden" Blog Party.  As you know,
we switch the title during
 the winter to 
"Friends Sharing Tea".

You might remember this old logo
above from my Colorado garden.

Jeremy Fisher is alive and well but
now lives in Missouri!!

Not everyone can get out in the
garden but there will be those who can
and for the others - please share anything
tea related and we will love it.

This is another old logo 
from Colorado

It is 80 degrees today in Missouri and
things are green and daffodils are
blooming but
snow is expected with winter's last
- yes, L A S T stand this weekend!

So be thinking and planning for
this year's "Tea In the Garden"
blog parties.  My garden will be
2 years old which is still very
young but I see signs of promise!

For anyone who hasn't seen this - 
you set up a little table, chair
 or anything really in your garden
 and share a cup of tea,  table setting,
 etc.  You can keep to simple
or go "all out" if you like.  

A few of mine from last year:


Two Cottages And Tea said...

Dear Bernideen, I am so happy to hear you are starting to have tea in your garden again! I look forward to seeing your beautiful outdoor tea times and all who participate too!

Beth said...

I've enjoyed seeing your beautiful teas, and your beautiful gardens - both of them. You have a knack for creating beauty!

Louca por porcelana said...

How exciting,Bernideen!Loooove your"Tea in the Garden"!!!Hugs!

Margie said...

This spring/summer, I'll actually try to do an outdoor tea time for "Tea in the Garden".

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

You're garden is an inspiration to those of us with brown thumbs. It sure seems at 80 degrees that you wouldn't be expecting snow, but there it is! Looking forward to the garden tea parties.

Thelma said...

I have a lot of visitors in the Summer, but, I'm hoping to take the time and do more teas outside this year.
Your garden is more advanced that this region. We still have snow on the ground and expecting a storm for this weekend.
Happy Spring Bernideen and thanks for hosting these beautiful tea parties.

Zaa said...

OMG Bernideen .You're making my heart sing... I can’t wait for the Garden tea parties ... and your old post is just the thing to lift everyone’s spirits... It’s so beautiful..... I’m sure all the ladies will be clamouring to sit beside Jeremy( ha ha)..We just had more snow last night but the temperatures are rising so I’ don’t think it will stay ... Thanks for your uplifting post my Friend...BIG Hugs

Curtains in My Tree said...

Nothing prettier than tea in your beautiful garden out by the fish pond
I am hoping to get over to see your garden all in bloom

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I love seeing all your beauty, Bernideen! Thank you so much for taking the time to host your Tea in the Garden, and Friends Sharing Tea.
We had another hailstorm and temperatures that dipped very low. What a crazy Spring!

Sandi Magle said...

Dear Bernideen, I so look forward to your Tea in the Garden, from the land of snow and ice...maybe I should do a frozen post???

Marilyn Miller said...

I do love tea in the garden! Your garden pictures are lovely!