Tuesday, May 21, 2019

A BOUQUET for "Tea In The Garden"

Yesterday was a cloudy day which I am
learning makes it easier for photos.
It actually rained after these photos
were taken and a lot of rain is expected this
 week.  This has been a very rainy spring
 in Missouri, but I just saw a friend's
 photo of snow at her home today which is 
just a few blocks from where we formerly lived
 in Colorado Springs so - I shouldn't complain!

We are enjoying the peonies blooming
right now.  I made wire cages to go
around many, but not all of them and
the light pink ones seem to be drooping 
the worse.

How are your garden plans coming along?  I
have pulled out some things in my garden
as this year is was overcrowded in places.
I had no problem finding different things
for a bouquet today.  

I have really been enjoying
 looking out and
seeing my garden.

I hope you enjoyed our tea time in the garden!


Louca por porcelana said...

Your flowers bouquet is magnificent!!!Wonderful Tea in the Garden,made me swoon!Hugs,dear Bernideen!

Beth said...

Beautiful bouquet! I love your peonies, Bernideen. Your garden is quite young but oh so lovely! You have a green thumb for sure!

Curtains in My Tree said...

Bernideen your flowers are just beautiful as always.
Your tea table looks so charming also.

Marilyn Miller said...

Gorgeous photos from your garden and teatime. I do love photographing when it is cloudy as the sun just washes out the colors. I took a walk around my garden this morning - Oh My! It is so overgrown right now.

Margie said...

Your garden looks fantastic, Bernideen!

A professional photographer once told me that the best times to take photos were after sunrise or before sunset because of the lighting.

Deanna Rabe - Creekside Cottage Blog said...

I love your garden.

I planted three salvia yesterday. They do better than lavender in my garden, and I love the color. It will off set my roses, as well as my zinnias that I sowed this spring.

Peony season is too short lived but I love it!

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Would love to have tea in your garden with you, Bernideen! This reminds me, I love peonies and it's high time I tried growing them. (FYI, I'm doing a fab tea giveaway this week.)

Anne Payne said...

I can see why you love looking out to your garden! It's gorgeous!!!