Welcome friends for tea this week. In the north, we're all anxious for early spring, the time when pollinators will once again be buzzing about in our gardens.
Daffodils are a popular source of nectar from spring bulbs and bees are a favourite pollinator of mine to photograph.
Old Royal 'Wetley Rose' teacup.
I use local unpasteurized pure honey in my tea.
A piece of rhubarb cake to have with the tea, there's only a package or two of rhubarb left in the freezer from the summer bounty.
Spring blossoms of our oak leaf mountain ash is covered in bees and insects each spring.
The first day of spring is one thing and the first spring day is another. The difference between them is sometimes a great as a month.
~Henry Van Dyke~
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Please join my hosts and their guests for tea.