Brie Arthur, left, in the front yard of her Fuquay-Varina suburban home. Arthur maximizes her single-acre patch of suburbia through foodscaping with wheat and oats interspersed among poppies and roses in the front yard, right, and blueberries, tomatoes and garlic treated as ornamentals throughout.
Brie Arthur, left, in the front yard of her Fuquay-Varina suburban home. Arthur maximizes her single-acre patch of suburbia through foodscaping with wheat and oats interspersed among poppies and roses in the front yard, right, and blueberries, tomatoes and garlic treated as ornamentals throughout. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com
Brie Arthur, left, in the front yard of her Fuquay-Varina suburban home. Arthur maximizes her single-acre patch of suburbia through foodscaping with wheat and oats interspersed among poppies and roses in the front yard, right, and blueberries, tomatoes and garlic treated as ornamentals throughout. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com

Gardener Brie Arthur shows how to create an edible, beautiful garden

June 17, 2016 07:07 AM

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