Like all great teas, this one consisted of three courses of bite-sized tidbits that didn't look like they'd make an adequate meal but were in fact quite filling.
While we ate, harp music filled the air.
Everyone was dressed up, including one lovely woman who decorated her own hat. She was celebrating an important birthday: hers.
Before tea was poured, Belva, one of the owners of the garden and our hostess, gave us a tour. With 28 places to explore, there is a corner of the garden for everyone. I couldn't take photos of everything, so you'll have to visit to see for yourself. Picnics are welcome.