Monday, November 14, 2011

Heronswood

On Saturday a group of us visited the beautiful Heronswood gardens and cafe, we were there to do a cooking class, and then enjoy all the beautiful food at a sit down dinner. 



This is an outdoor table with herbs planted through the middle,


Fresh strawberries, I can never get mine to look like this, I guess water helps, but now that I've joined the Diggers Club, mine will be looking like this in no time.


Dessert anyone,


table setting,


Now to enjoy my coffee, my christmas edition magazines, and all your blogs of course.
Have a happy Tuesday everyone.x

11 comments:

  1. I too can never get my strawberries to grow, I wonder why?
    What a lovely place to visit.

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  2. Wow I love everything about this post but particularly the herbs planted down the middle of the table - genius!

    Happy day!

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  3. I love the table with the herb garden, what a great idea. A lovely venue. I have enjoyed reading your blog, so much so I have followed so I will be sure to return. I hope you come visit me soon. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

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  4. What a nice thing to do with your friends.

    Ooohh to have the green thumb with the herb gardening. The strawberries look amazing too. Today I am going to plant a few of the herbs I have in an old concrete laundry tub that came out of the original house's laundry. It's a keeper ... As a herb garden!

    Have a lovely Tuesday.

    Lou ; )

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  5. That looks just lvely, as does the amazing Christmas wreath in your previous post!
    Stacy

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  6. What a fabulous day out, I could do with a cooking class, or 2!!

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  7. Hi Miss Samantha

    I wonder if I could poach that table with the herbs in it and look at the lushness of the strawberries :)

    Have a wonderful day,

    loulou, from hereiamloulou blog

    x

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  8. What a beautiful blog you have I've enjoyed looking around. Lovely post would love to steal that herb table. I'm now following love to keep in touch with new blog friends, hope you will join me in my world and visit me. Have a wonderful day.

    Always Wendy

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  9. What a gorgeous place! The food looks delicious too! Have a wonderful day, Kellie xx

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  10. What a stunning looking place... LOVE the herbs growing through the table, fabulous idea!
    Such a lovely blog you have here Samantha, so pleased to have stumbled across it, now following along with your adventures :o)

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  11. That herb table is adorable! My strawberries have never looked like that pot either :) Hope you had fun at the cooking class x

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