In the garden with Biscuiteers! | Hello! Hooray!

In the garden this spring with Biscuiteers!

I’m partnering with the very lovely people at Biscuiteers to bring you today’s post:Β In the garden this spring with Biscuiteers!Β This post features yet another amazing selection of beautifully iced biscuits. I have previously reviewed the Mother’s Day Bouquet biscuit tin (read that post here), but today is all about the Green Fingers biscuit tin! A few weeks ago, we went out for a day at Gibside and I took my biscuit tin along. I knew that there is a lovely walled garden there, and thought it would be fun to take some in the garden biscuit shots! As you can see, this selection also comes in a beautiful tin. I love this design!

 

In the garden with Biscuiteers! | Hello! Hooray!

 

In the garden this spring with Biscuiteers!

 

It is the perfect time of year for getting out in the garden or back in the allotment. At Gibside, the wonderful walled garden was being prepared and lots of planting was going on. Some vegetables had been grown over the winter, but lots of things were just being sown.

 

In the garden with Biscuiteers! | Hello! Hooray!

 

These leeks were not quite ready to dig up! But the worm enjoyed having a good look around…

 

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Definitely time to get those wellington boots on and get planting!

 

In the garden with Biscuiteers! | Hello! Hooray!

 

In addition to the vegetable patch, there are some lovely borders in the Gibside walled garden. Another photo opportunity presented itself;f to show off these wonderful biscuits:

 

In the garden with Biscuiteers! | Hello! Hooray!

 

In the garden with Biscuiteers! | Hello! Hooray!

 

The gardens are going to look so beautiful this summer when all of the later blooms are out.Β I wonder if they have any sunflowers?

 

In the garden with Biscuiteers! | Hello! Hooray!

 

Tell me more about the Green Fingers tin!

 

Ok, let’s have a closer look at what you get in the Green Fingers tin. The biscuits are beautifully presented and I’m still amazed at how they ice so neatly! I must ask one day… Anyway, this tine would make a perfect gift for anyone who is a keen gardener. Don’t forget that Father’s Day is coming up on Sunday 18th June!

 

In the garden with Biscuiteers! | Hello! Hooray!

 

 

In the garden with Biscuiteers! | Hello! Hooray!

 

There were four layers of the most delicious chocolate biscuits in this tin – this works perfectly with the gardening theme. It’s a wonderful selection of flowers, produce and gardening paraphernalia – look at the detail on the wellington boots!

 

In the garden with Biscuiteers! | Hello! Hooray!

 

In the garden with Biscuiteers! | Hello! Hooray!

 

I think the little worm is my favourite!

 

In the garden with Biscuiteers! | Hello! Hooray!

 

 

So, it’s a long weekend this weekend – yay! Have you got any plans for getting out in the garden? We’ve got quite a few jobs to do, so fingers crossed that the weather holds out πŸ™‚ it’s also the RHS Chelsea Flower show this week, soΒ we’ve been enjoying some of the coverage of that on the telly. Have you even been? I would LOVE to go! If you’re looking for green-fingered ideas, then why not try this lovely project with your Biscuiteers tin? Learn how to plan succulents in your Biscuiteers gift tin in this super post.

 

How to plant succulents in your Biscuiteers Tin

 

 

Have a lovely Bank Holiday weekend! πŸ™‚

 

About this post

 

Thank you to Biscuiteers for partnering with me! This post contains affiliate links. I received the Green Fingers biscuit tinΒ for writing this post, but all opinions are entirely my own.

 

2 Comments

  • Diane

    05.06.2017 at 08:09 Reply

    What a fun idea! Fancy photograohing biscuits in a garden?! Had to be done though!
    My mum and one of my sisters would love these.

    • Clare

      29.06.2017 at 11:34 Reply

      Haha! I know, I have a lot to thank my husband for! πŸ™‚

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