Lime violet tea cup

Lime Violet Tea Cup

A favourite tea cup and saucer. The saucer is still in one piece, the cup not so lucky, although I’ve kept the pieces along with a lot of other pieces from over the years. I may one day learn to make mosaic art.

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framed Lime Violet Tea Cup
LIME VIOLET TEA CUP framed wall art print (featured above: frame ID BWM3 in the white frame colour section, no mat, print size 14″ x 9.375″)

5 replies to “Lime violet tea cup

  1. Pansies! Grew up surrounded by them. They’re sprouting outside even as I type.
    But what do you mean by edible flowers? Do you make tea out of them?


    1. Hi there! I haven’t made tea with violets myself (are pansies and violets the same..?) but we eat the flowers fresh picked. I tried putting them into cake mixture once but they disappeared a bit when the cake was cooked. I think they’re better as a garnish, or in a salad, very pretty! I’ve heard the leaves are edible too but I haven’t tried that yet 😊


      1. Yes just checked. Pansies are also called violets… violets are also called pansies…
        Wow. I never knew. I am going to try them this winter. 😊

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      2. actually they are quite close to each other but there does seem to be some difference between the two. However, I am going to find out if I can make tea with them.


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