The Native American Three Sisters gardening technique is an example of companion planting. The "three sisters" are corn, pole beans, and either pumpkins or squash. This trio is one of the easiest and most satisfying to grow.
Each of the sisters contributes something to the planting. Together, the sisters provide a balanced diet from a single planting. How it works:
Tips for growing the three sisters:
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