"The fun thing about this garden is it’s always changing," Brie Arthur says. A wave feature in the front yard contains wheat in the spring: by mid-June, she has amber waves of grain. Then, in the same feature, she plants bloody butcher corn and sorghum in the summer.
"The fun thing about this garden is it’s always changing," Brie Arthur says. A wave feature in the front yard contains wheat in the spring: by mid-June, she has amber waves of grain. Then, in the same feature, she plants bloody butcher corn and sorghum in the summer. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com
"The fun thing about this garden is it’s always changing," Brie Arthur says. A wave feature in the front yard contains wheat in the spring: by mid-June, she has amber waves of grain. Then, in the same feature, she plants bloody butcher corn and sorghum in the summer. 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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