This April 20, 2015 photo shows Clara Curtis, director of design and education at the North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville, N.C., walking in the arboretum's quilt garden. The garden is planted each year in the design of a traditional quilt block pattern to connect the garden to the region's Southern Appalachian heritage.
This April 20, 2015 photo shows Clara Curtis, director of design and education at the North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville, N.C., walking in the arboretum's quilt garden. The garden is planted each year in the design of a traditional quilt block pattern to connect the garden to the region's Southern Appalachian heritage. Beth J. Harpaz AP
This April 20, 2015 photo shows Clara Curtis, director of design and education at the North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville, N.C., walking in the arboretum's quilt garden. The garden is planted each year in the design of a traditional quilt block pattern to connect the garden to the region's Southern Appalachian heritage. Beth J. Harpaz AP

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North Carolina garden takes inspiration from quilts

June 19, 2015 12:20 PM

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