Link to my Book

Hello and thank you for visiting my blog about gardening and tea.  There are many connections between the plants we grow in our gardens and the teas we enjoy, below is the link to my new book,  Heather’s Tea Garden: Tea and Flowers, I hope you enjoy the book with your favourite tea! http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1075939334  

Its all in the Pictures!

  It might be winter but the fun thing about being a garden photographer is I can bring the flowers back through photography!  Check out all the updates for the different categories: Thyme for Tea talks about tea in Hawaii and blueberry rooibos from Saint John, US Virgin Islands. Along the Garden Path is about my garden in…

Happy New Year!

Wishing all my friends and family a Happy New Year!  2015 went by very fast, why is it as we get older the time seems to go faster?  I decided 2016 is going to be the year to write as much as possible, I started a new blog on the site called Blogger, it will…

Last Day to be 49….Hello 50!!!

October 29th is my 50th birthday and I thought for a long time how I wanted to spend the time, not just the day,  but the weeks even months leading up to “The Big 50”.  I did a career change last summer so for the time being I am not officially employed other than teaching my…

Still Going Strong!

My garden for the most part is still going strong, there are parts that are looking a little shabby but thats to be expected as we transition into fall.  By this time of year I am tired of trying to keep it all prim and proper so for the next few weeks it can run…

Delightful Dahlias!

My dahlias not only came back this year they have grown so tall it’s getting hard to reach the blooms to cut them off, I have no idea what is going on under the soil, and considering the only soil is what I added, they are growing like mad!  Dahlias are so much fun, I am…

The Big Tea Debate…

Milk or Tea first into the cup? More and more tea is being mentioned in the media, and this question always seems to come up: Is it proper to put the milk in first then the tea or the tea first then add the milk? This debate is solved by looking at a few things…