BHHA volunteers are harvesting sorghum and broom corn to be made into Fall and Christmas decorations.

With this post is a photo of broom corn that was has been tabled.  Broomcorn is “tabled” to allow some drying before it is removed  from the field. The tabler walks backward between two rows and breaks the stalks diagonally across each other to form a “table” out of the two rows that is 2 to 3 ft. high.

To see more photos of our Heritage Garden and harvest time, please check our photo gallery.