Garden club and lovely Kids of Nature visitors
Business as usual…had another garden club in this past week…
Bergvliet Garden Club. The weather performed marvelously, they had a fantastic talk by Ownerlady while Kingoftheplayground performed tricks in the sculpture tree.
And we served them tea and tea and
Rose cupcakes and Pecan and white chocolate cake with
My new experiment…Crystalized indigenous flower decorations!!! Yes those are Tecoma capensis flowers on the cake, and Yes – you can eat them!!! And some more tea.
The carrot cake was served and served until and only one lonely slice remained:
Blooming fantastic in the retail were these beeeutiful Erica’s:
pleased with our morning in the retail, we trotted off home to bake something else.
This weekend our lovely guests at the Fynbos Ecolodge were Petra Vandecasteele and Paul Goddard, esteemed creative writer and brilliant photographer, creators of the books “In Celebration of Fynbos” and “Enya and James in the land of Magic” (currently for sale in the retail….get one now!) but most importantly creators of James and Enya…. Kids of nature!
They enjoyed the experience of a weekend in and around Scarborough, including a Guided Fynbos walk and a Fynbos Fusion lunch at the Tea Garden.
And now on a Monday misty morning its raining and damp, just the way the plants like it. There are wet paw prints on the floor, another cake to bake and seeds to sort out and label.
Have a great week!
Posted on April 19, 2010, in Ecolodge, Guests, Indigenous beauties, Random moments, Uncategorized and tagged cake, carrots, cupcakes, Ecolodge, Fynbos, Fynbos Fusion food, Fynbos walk, Guided fynbos walk, Rain, smiles, tea garden, Wheat-free. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.