Wednesday, December 31, 2014
A trip back to the The Gardens at Cornerstone
In 2012 I was able to make a quick run through The Gardens at Cornerstone. From their website: "Situated along the main gateway between Sonoma Valley and Napa Valley, The Gardens at Cornerstone Sonoma are a series of walk-through gardens showcasing new and innovative designs from the world's finest landscape architects and designers. When commissioned, these artists were given the freedom to create anything from traditional gardens to modern, conceptual installations. Each designer was provided a garden parcel of approximately 1,800 square feet, a few practical considerations and infinite opportunity."
I would have loved to have spent more time there, but a quick visit is better than no visit at all. My original post about the garden is here. In that post I mention their website being out of date, it looks to have been improved some over the last couple of years.
I toyed with the idea of returning this last September when we visited the Bay Area but decided to forgo the drive. Maybe next time.
I still think about those large agaves in the swaying grass...
This post is part of a week long series looking back at earlier garden visits and my posts on them. All material © 2009-2014 by Loree Bohl for danger garden. Unauthorized reproduction prohibited and just plain rude.