In honor of winter and spring’s garden happy faces,
I set this tea for you and for me.
I found these sweet Pansy plates last year! They’re such fun!
I ‘planted’ a few Pansies in a trough generally
used for drywall mud. I saw this used on
one of Sarah Richardson’s shows a while back.
Moss stones and birds were
added to enhance the garden theme.
I am using my sweet teapot with Wild Violets
– the color was just right.
Also, I used these butterfly napkin rings –
they add just the right touch!
Your visits always bring delight!
Poppy with its pepper-pots, Polyanthus, Pea - Though I wouldn’t slight the rest, Isn’t Pansy quite the best, Quite the best for P?
Black and brown and velvety,
Purple, yellow, red;
Loved by people big and small,
All who plant and dig at all
In a garden big.