Three Sisters Garden

The Three Sisters Garden design is an ecosystem creating an interdependent community of plants.

Traditionally, some American Indian people planted pole beans and squash with corn. The corn stalks provided support for the beans to grow and the squash helped retain the moisture from the soil to nurture all the plants.

The deeper meaning of the Three Sisters Garden intertwines the physical and spiritual health of people, with each crop protected by one of the Three Sister spirits.


Blue Spring Heritage Center
1537 Co Rd 210, Eureka Springs, AR 72632


The tour is handicap accessible