Friday, March 16, 2012

A few more images from Cornerstone, Sonoma

You can find my previous post on Cornerstone here. I'm going to keep this short and sweet so click on the image if you would like more information about the designer. I tried to list a credit whenever I had the info. But for now, lets just gorge ourselves on pictures, shall we?

The Garden of Visceral Serenity by Yoji SasakiThe Garden of Visceral Serenity by Yoji Sasakiterra cotta pathwaycomposting fences

willow allee

greys and chartreusewishing pergolaEarth Walk by Pamela BurtonOver Growth by Beth Mullins

carex sea

Mediterranean Medow by John Greenlee and Simple

The Garden of Contrasts by James Van Sweden

The Knowledge of Man is as the Waters by UCDavis

Future Feast in the Garden of Flow/AccumulationFuture Feast in the Garden of Flow/AccumulationFuture Feast in the Garden of Flow/AccumulationFuture Feast in the Garden of Flow/Accumulation

Stone's Throw by Land 1A Garden of Mouthings by Shirley Watts

Climate Change Garden

And the wildest of them all:

The Hermit's Garden by Kate and Ben Frey

The Hermit's Garden by Kate and Ben FreyThe Hermit's Garden by Kate and Ben Frey

You can check out more photos from Cornerstone on my Flickr site.


8 comments:

  1. That waterfall, table, planter dealie is amazing.

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  2. Hi, Kelly, great photos! I especially like the one of the agaves and grasses. What a great example of texture contrast!

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  3. Interesting to see ghosts of The Late Show plus new stuff I don't recognize. Your little guy is getting quite the design education!

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  4. Looks like there's lots of cool new stuff to see since the last time I was there. I took that same picture of the agave in the grasses.

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  5. Wow, I want to go! Love that last image, though it also creeped me out a little.

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  6. My favorite is the big blue Agaves with the blonde Nassella (Stipa) tenuissima. The absolute perfect pairing.

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  7. This is like an art museum, a garden, and some serious landscape architecture all rolled up into one! I liked the wild bottle tree at the end. I have one as well, but not quite as windswept.
    Nice post. Thanks for the inspiration.
    David/Tropical Texana/Houston, Texas :0)

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  8. YOU ARE AMAZING whoever you are. I don't know how I ended up on this blog, but I'm so glad I did. Thank you (trying to close my mouth now).

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