Monday, July 27, 2009
The Late Show Gardens, a 3-day festival in Sonoma, CA, kicks off its first annual event on September 18th. Top Bay Area garden designers will create garden vignettes, and speakers like Ken Druse (at left) will take on the full range of garden topics. Ken's talk, "Garden Art May be the Best Revenge", takes place Sunday, September 20, at 1 p.m. On the whole, the show will address climate change and drought more directly than a garden show has done before. What's more, this open-air festival blows the walls off convention center doldrums, as The Late Show Gardens will be held at Cornerstone.