Every year, (at least for this last decade), for my daughter Michelle’s birthday, we take a special trip to The Farm. Usually we go to a certain tearoom near there, but this year we decided to try The Oaks on Seventh. What a beautiful tearoom and wonderful food! We ordered three different sandwiches and split them between ourselves. My favorite was one with pears and provolone on grilled cinnamon bread:)
Uncle Eric and daughter Michelle
See the little ad that says Love a good mystery? The tearoom is part of a Bed and Breakfast which hosts mystery weekends! We are thinking to stay there and participate in the fall!
After our wonderful brunch, we went to The Farm. Many of my original herb plants came from there.
I love the way Gail has used puffy paints to make these little garden signs. She has just recently added the herbal usage to some of these signs. These pictures are from the Powder Room themed garden
The huge wisteria in the middle of the gardens, makes for a nice shady spot to relax in
The greenhouse has many different plants for sale
The checkerboard thyme garden is attractive
Other themes such as Baby Bed, Mint Bed and Medicinal Garden were featured
Everywhere you look, these gardens are enchanting and beautiful:)
The shop has dried herbs, arrangements, linens, cooking herbal packages and more
I feel very blessed to have such a lovely, thoughtful, caring, intelligent daughter. xxx I love her so much and look forward each year to celebrating her birth, with her, in such a special way . Love you Michelle Elizabeth!! I know Uncle Eric feels the same way:)
Herbal and Honey Hugs to all who visit Comfrey Cottages xx