Three Sisters Seed Kit

$10.95

Discover a Native American-inspired garden with the Three Sisters Seed Kit, Corn stalks act as natural trellises, beans enrich the soil, and squash shields the ground. This harmonious trio ensures a vibrant harvest for nutritious and flavorful meals.

Coming soon! Pre-order today.

Will begin shipping in February.

Discover a Native American-inspired garden with the Three Sisters Seed Kit, Corn stalks act as natural trellises, beans enrich the soil, and squash shields the ground. This harmonious trio ensures a vibrant harvest for nutritious and flavorful meals.

Coming soon! Pre-order today.

The Three Sisters Seed Kit is a fantastic way to grow your garden with a Native American twist! It combines winter squash, pole beans, and corn seeds in a harmonious planting technique for generations.

These plants work together like a team—the corn gives the beans a ladder to climb, the beans enrich the soil with nitrogen, and the squash’s big leaves keep pesky weeds at bay. It’s a win-win situation for them and you, resulting in a plentiful harvest. You can whip up all sorts of delicious dishes with these goodies, like succotash, a Native American classic, or roasted winter squash and bean salads.

Now, let’s talk about some of the stars of this kit. The Scarlet Runner bean is not just a tasty treat; it’s a real showstopper with its vibrant red, pink, or bicolor flowers, making it a hit in any garden. And when those beans are ready, they’re full of rich, mouthwatering flavor. Then there’s the winter squash, perfect for turning into pasta alternatives. It matures in 80 days and can stay fresh for months if stored correctly. Lastly, the Peaches and Cream Hybrid corn is a sweet and tender early bird, boasting big eight-inch ears with both yellow and white kernels.

No matter if you’ve got a small apartment or a sprawling garden, this seed kit is your green companion. The Three Sisters planting technique can fit into any space, so whether working with limited room or a vast garden, you can enjoy the perks of companion planting and a diverse harvest. Happy gardening!

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