Video: Three Sisters Garden

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Video Length: 2:00
Produced by: Garden Girl TV

Native Americans planted corn, beans, and squash together, calling them the "three sisters". And there were good reasons to do this, because they act as companion plants for each other. I loved planting my Three Sisters raised bed, and now it's growing so well. It's a great way to plant healthful, nutritious vegetables. Please watch the vide and let me know what you think.

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