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I hand make these edible (drinkable really) landscapes mainly from the tea herbs and flowers that I grow on my farm. It's a little bit like drinking the aroma and essence of a place. I think that herbs and edible flowers hold memories, phytochemicals, and the imprint of the place that they came from. There's a little Paradise magic in every cup.

I custom make each celebratory image in collaboration with you and nature--convo me about the special occasion or quiet moment that you intend to honor with a quiet pot (or rambunctious party pot) of tea and I'll create a special design with that in mind. I was inspired to make these when researching the Japanese Tea Ceremony and the "pictures of the floating world." When you open the lid of the tea pot, there is a little floating tea painting and the experience of having tea becomes an art event.

The pictured image contains calendula, lemon balm, lemon verbena, pansies and a little hibiscus flower, but the herbs may vary. If there is something you would especially dislike, let me know. Otherwise, I'll choose for you. Alternatively, you can send me some special edible tea materials from your own garden and I'll add them to the picture. These teascapes are really fun to use for a baby shower, wedding shower, birthday or anniversary. They never fail to draw oohs and aahs.

Please keep in mind that these are a "one of a kind" art object.

All of my creative design and artwork including photographs are my own copyright and trademark ©2010 Paula Scoggins. Trademark. Copyright. All Rights Reserved.

Frequently asked questions about paulajeansgarden

I love Custom Orders but they require more time--right now allow at least 6 weeks from order date to ship date.
Dried Lavender and other flowers should be stored wrapped up and re-sealed in the shipping box and kept in a cool and dark space--away from direct light or heat sources:)