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Cornerstone Festival: The Art of Landscape Design

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Cornerstone Festival: The Art of Landscape Design

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Cornerstone Festival: The Art of Landscape Design

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"Rise," by Roger Raiche and David McCrory of Planet Horticulture Garden Design, is one of the exhibits at the Cornerstone Festival of Gardens. Cornerstone Festival of Gardens hide caption

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In "Daisy Border," landscape architect Ken Smith has replaced the common flowerbed with a strip of shiny plastic flowers. Cornerstone Festival of Gardens hide caption

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Hundreds of spinning pinwheels masquerading as daisies are among the eye-popping sights at an unusual roadside attraction in Sonoma Valley's wine country. The Cornerstone Festival of Gardens is nine acres devoted to some of today's most provocative ideas in landscape design. NPR's Ketzel Levine reports.

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