"Three Sisters" Demonstration Garden
Iris Sale coming soon!
- Form to order will be online soon:
- Scheduled pick up time at garden will be assigned after you have made a purchase.
- Information about how to care and plant the iris will be in your bag and a website page also.
- Want to donate but do not want the plants?
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT OF THE MADERA MASTER GARDENERS AND THE THREE SISTERS GARDEN!
Three Sisters Demonstration Garden
The Three Sisters Demonstration Garden is a large project developed by University of California Cooperative Extension Madera County Master Gardener's program in collaboration with Madera Community College Center as a permanent resource for residents of Madera County.
Developments to date has been made possible by considerable community support.
All monies raised from the annual Madera County Master Gardener Glorious Garden Tour goes to support the demonstration garden.
Map of Three Sisters Garden
Visit the Garden
Three Sisters Demonstration Garden (behind Madera Community College Center)
30277 Avenue 12
Madera, CA 93638
(559) 675-7879 Ext. 7210 (by appt. only)
Little Free Library
Little Free Library: To give back to the Community and support education -after all our Garden is on college grounds, a Little Free Library (Charter
#99333) was added. The Library was hand built and installed by Jim.
Little Free Libraries are a global phenomenon. The small book exchanges
number 60,000 around the world in 80 countries — from Iceland to Tasmaniato Pakistan. Now, our Little Free Library will join the movement to share books, bring people together and create communities of readers. We had hoped to host a grand-opening party as part of the Garden Tour, so that might be in the plans for the 2021 Tour. To learn more, please visit
Certified Wildlife Habitat with the National Wildlife Federation
Human activity has changed and eliminated habitat, locally, and on the
global scale, and birds, butterflies, and other wildlife are pushed into
ever-shrinking wilderness areas. Providing a sustainable habitat for
wildlife begins with plants. Creating a wildlife garden reverses some of
the human-caused habitat destruction that is hurting wildlife. Our wildlife
garden includes and what a Wildlife Habitat needs: Food (seeds, nectar,
fruit, pollen), Water, Cover, Places to raise young, and Sustainable
Practices. How one manages their garden can have an effect on the health of the soil, air, water, and habitat for native wildlife as well as the human
community. To learn more visit:
That is it for now, but we have more projects in the works!