This list of the top 10 posts of 2011 is a real walk down Memory Lane for me.
Looking at the list, I had vague recollections of some of the posts.
2011 was a good year, good enough for a little review.
Most of the year I post a flower of the day and this one is very pretty!
Maybe it will make it in my garden next year.
Isn't this a lovely spread?
This photo was taken in my backyard during the summer.
The antique spread is now enjoying Laura's home in the UAE.
World's Longest Yard Sale - The Finds
Awww, yes, the World's Longest Yard Sale.
What a great time and so much awesome junk! Check my post to relive the glory.
This little enamel coffee pot was sold to a women who's granny had one just like it.
Well, this one is a surprise!
It took me awhile to realize that if I like to look at others garden photos that perhaps you might like to look at mine. Yep, I'm a slow learner.
This was my not-so-in-your-face Halloween display on the front porch.
The giveaway was so much FUN! The giveaway was won by the super excited Lisa who said
It WAS Über cool and I might have to do this again in 2012!
This was also a surprise!
I thought my mix-n-match pink flowers might be a little too odd or, well, odd. Yep, odd. I love it but I wasn't sure how it would go over. My dream is to some day have a set of mix-n-match table china.
A girl can dream, right?
Yep, a blue rose came in at number four.
I know I've mentioned this a few times before, but I work for a large garden catalog company and this is one of the roses we sell.
Do I have it? No. Sadly, it sells out every year and I can never get one.
But you can if you order early!
The World's Longest Yard Sale lives on!
I love this dish drainer with the lace rim plates. I couldn't believe I found 2 matching milk glass plates, they are so hard to find. The dish drainer was a bonus and I thought I would keep it to display dishes at the antique shows I do. But it found its way in to my Etsy Shop and was quickly snapped up by Donna.
I can't wait until next years WLYS!
This was also a surprise at number two!
I reprinted a blog post form Small Town Living with the intent of revisiting it and adding to the list. But the list of companion plants was so extensive that I never found the need to add to it.
I still refer to it.
Bravo Small Town Living!
drum roll, please...
A white garden post at number one? No surprise here!
There is something so clean and crisp about a white garden. So lovely and simple.
Yep, no surprise!
Thanks for looking back at 2011 with me, Debi, at Lavender Garden Cottage!
Here's looking forward to a fabulous 2012!