|Purple hopbush (Dodonaea viscosa ‘Purpurea’), shrubby germander (Teucrium fruiticans), and violas.|
Well, another road trip is drawing to a close, but not before two more fun-filled days.
Next on our tour was the existing Cornerstone Gardens, which are described on their website “as an ever-changing series of gardens, showcasing innovative designs from international and local landscape architects and designers. They create a cultural and creative haven, celebrating the connection between art, architecture and nature”.
“There are currently nine Cornerstone Gardens.
Continually in a state of evolution, some garden installations will be in place for a season, while others will remain for several seasons.”
I loved the use of contrasting colors and textures in this garden, don’t you?
The view at the end of the ‘tunnel’ was a field of grape vines.
Thank you so very much for coming along with me.
We will be back on the road next year!