Monday, May 29, 2017

Tea at Holland Park Garden Gallery

During a recent visit to the Holland Park Garden Gallery, I was delighted to see various tea-themed items for both the garden and the home.

Small teacup planters with flowers for $19.99.

I'm stalking these huge teacup planters ($34) until they go on sale.

An impressive collection of For Tea's Sake artisan and wellness teas. 
I'm tempted to go back and sample some of the herbal blends.

These colourful tea sets are perfect for summer.

"Let's have tea" in these fun mugs!

Teabag holder
I was good and didn't bring anything home with me!

I'm joining the following parties this week:


  1. So many pretty things. One each for me, please.

  2. Wow you are strong -- I don't know if I could have passed up all of that. I love all of the colorful pieces but I actually really like the clear mugs with the black lettering too. Looks like it was such a fun time!

  3. Sometimes it's just fun to look, Margie, and not buy anything. I do hope those teacup planters go on sale, though. I have a large polka dot one and had a plant in it, but I think a squirrel got into it, and the plant is gone. Hope you have a great week, Margie.

  4. Nice things! I was in the Royal Doulton Store, Bowrings and a couple others today at the outlet mall and didn't buy a thing!
    Of course when those huge teacups got on sale, you really should have one.

  5. Oh Margie, what a delightful post! I SO ENJOYED the colorful tea photos.

    Hugs to you!

  6. What a fun shop, Margie! I would love to browse in there too...Christine

  7. I like the MUGS! We Always drinking out mugs here in Holland :)

  8. What a great collection! We had ForTeasake teas locally and a few weeks ago and I bought a tin...nest in line to try! You must have had such fun! Thanks so much fr linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!

  9. I have 2 large teacup planters, you really have to get one, hope they go on sale soon.

  10. I love that there are styles for everyone in tea - these are so fun and whimsical! I think younger women would love them. Thanks for sharing Margie!

  11. Margie, you are getting sooo good at just looking at the pretties and photographing them and going home empty-handed! I am, too. I just don't need anything else. (However, did I tell you friends are coming next week, bringing me her Old Country Roses tea set? I picked out several things I could part with to make room for it and donated them to a charity shop.)

  12. What a fun place to visit! So many cute tea related items! I had a lare teacup planter my sister gave me but it broke a long time ago. Maybe I need another!

  13. Hello Margie, here in Brazil these cups for gardens are very expensive. The price is higher.
    The pictures are beautiful.
    Good weekend.


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