We went for Sunday supper at Jannie’s (my mom and partner Jan) and she had two cakes
waiting for the kids to frost and decorate. She is quite the cake maker, and doubles the
recipe and freezes little cakes to have on hand. Tonight she had laid out small dishes of
blackberries, pansies, mint and strawberries for the kids to decorate with and the frosting
was plain greek yogurt from the fridge. Beautiful, delicious and a piece of cake to make!
Tudor Grove’s gardens are stunning, Camille is amazing at creating intimate spaces and
rooms within the garden. Enjoy!
The peony garden…
Love the wood stack. Ready for a great bonfire.
The pet cemetery…so sweet.
The new screened porch…heavenly!
This plant eats stink bugs! Can’t remember its name but if you add water to the flowers it
will capture stink bugs..handy huh.
Camille is mother to Abby Kasonik the amazing artist that did this oil. Talent runs rampant
in this family.
Tudor Grove is one of the most beautiful properites around, and what Camille Price
a dear friend, continues to do with it is just awe inspiring. Everytime we visit there
is a new creation inside and out. You always leave 100% insprired and creatively
I had asked Camille weeks ago if I could share her gardens on the blog so today
Ruby and I went for our 3rd annual “peony pick” and took loads of beautiful pictures
that will come next.
I did not mean to take pictures inside because I have had gardens on my mind but
when we peeked in to see her new amazing porch I just could not resist.
Henry was in awe of everything, it’s a little like being in your very own
Natural History Museum.
I have decided Tudor Grove is too good to give you all at once, there is so much to
take in. Part 2… tomorrow.
Jannie brought this bouquet in today from her garden. Love the forget -me- nots!