Friday, November 8, 2013
All 100 of the Dahlia tubers are dug up as of today. Dan says that the last one, named 'Blizzard', was coincidentally dug up during this afternoon's snow squall! Happy to report all 500 Glads have been dug up too! Dan's been working HARD saving these corms and tubers for next year's garden! So happy he managed to save them all. Wow!
Posted by at Friday, November 08, 2013
Saturday, November 2, 2013
We've been busy closing down the Tea House and garden for the winter...digging Glad Corms and Dahlia Tubers...for storing over the winter...and we've also been digging up treasures from our attic/barn/home...and have just opened up a little, tiny, precious booth at the Windsor Auction Center Antiques, Main Street, Windsor, VT.
If you like the decor of our Song Garden Tea House, you most likely will like the items for sale in our booth...some antiques, some vintage, some new, but all with a sweet country vibe. Our sachets (Lavender and Country Harvest) are available this weekend and we will have freshly made Song Garden Soap for sale there starting next week. If you like antiques and collectibles, you will really enjoy your visit to the Windsor Auction Center (Antiques and Collectibles)!
Open Tues. through Fri. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sat. and Sun. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Posted by at Saturday, November 02, 2013
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Come to our neighborhood to visit the LOVELY and STUNNING St Gaudens National Historic Site. Our grandfather was the founder of the famous ST. Gaudens summer concert series. He was born on ST. Gaudens Road in the late 1800s and was close friends with Augustus St Gaudens' grandson, Paul. When you leave the historic site, continue heading up the road to our place, The Song Garden and Tea House, for some hot or iced tea, lemonade, shortbread cookies, biscotti, and enjoy the grounds. Pick your own flower bouquet before you head home. A day filled with Art, flowers, tea, cookies, gorgeous views, peace and tranquility. Thank you.
Bountiful and beautiful...STILL! Come on up for tea and cookies and then bring home your own personally hand picked bouquet for your table or for a loved one. 'tis the season! : )
Sunday, September 8, 2013
Flowers are still in full bloom and gorgeous mode! Tea House is still cozy and ready for you! We have cut our day shorter by one hour for September...open 9a.m.-6 p.m. now, instead of 7 p.m. Days are getting shorter! We'll be open for tea until Wed. Sept. 25th. Flowers will be available until frost, which is usually by Oct. 10th. Thanks for your patronage this summer.
Posted by at Sunday, September 08, 2013
Monday, September 2, 2013
Corner of St. Gaudens and Dingleton Hill Roads. Come and get 'em!!! Rain makes the colors POP! We are in full bloom mode now. Please come on up and cut to your heart's delight. We lovingly and carefully make fresh iced tea and lemonade every day. We also make fresh flower arrangements for the tea house's beauty, as well as try our best, thanks be to DAN Hertzler, to keep the place manicured, mowed and beautiful for your personal pleasure. September is the most bountiful and glorious month in a mostly annuals garden. We realize that our place is more than just a pick your own flower garden. It has become a destination for relaxation and personal reflection/meditation for many of our patrons. We honor that and we feel honored that so many people come to this little oasis for all that it has to offer: flowers, tea, cookies, and personal emotional well being.
Posted by at Monday, September 02, 2013