14 REASONS TO READ THROUGH THE MAY POST ON AFTERNOON TEA4TWO…

I hope you have all had a great Jubilee weekend and the weather held out for your street parties. We had a variety of posts in May including National Fish and Chip Day on 27th May 2022.

1,13 REASONS TO READ AFTERNOON TEA4TWO’s BLOG POSTS FOR APRIL…

2. KETO FAVORITES…

3. HIGH TEA AT THE PARK HYATT…

4. THE BENEFITS OF HERBAL FITNESS TEA…

5. IT’S SLEEP SUNDAY – LET’S TALK ABOUT THE BEST HERBAL TEAS TO HELP YOU SLEEP…

6. FOOD TO ENJOY THAT ARE IN SEASON THIS MAY…

7. NATIONAL FISH AND CHIP DAY – FRIDAY 27TH MAY 2022…

8. WORLD’S BEST CREPES…

9. THE REASONS TO DRINK MORE GREEN TEA…

10. 10 TIPS TO HEALTHIER BAKING…

11. HEALTHY FOODS INSTEAD OF A DIET…

12. THE GREAT RAINBOW BAKE, HELPING RAISE FUNDS FOR THE RAINBOW TRUST CHILDREN’S CHARITY…

13. HOW TO MAKE SPELT BREAD IN 3 MINUTES…

14. HOW TO MAKE THE PERFECT MORNING BREW…

BOOK REVIEW – A TREE IN THE HOUSE: FLOWERS FOR YOUR HOME, SPECIAL OCCASIONS & EVERY DAY…

My book review this month is A Tree In The House: Flowers For Your Home, Special Occasions & Every Day by Annabella Hickson.

The book provides ideas and instructions for celebratory botanical installations and arrangements, covering beautiful, seasonal bouquets, flowers for friends, table and overhead arrangements, and flower arrangements for special occasions. The instructions are wonderfully simple and cover everything from the perfect flower-to-vase proportions to how to create an overhead floral installation, and the book particularly focuses on foraged and locally and seasonally grown plants. All the floral arrangements are as zero waste as possible and include tips like how to transport flowers in vases (instead of plastic) with no water spills, and how to create a structured arrangement without floral foam.

A Tree in The House celebrates the simple, natural beauty that flowers bring to the home, with flower arranging that is in sync with nature.

Full of useful information and gorgeous photography and to be read the only way with a cup of tea and a slice of cake curled up in a deep armchair.