Godswood of the Eyrie
The godswood is a small circle surrounded by the Eyrie's tall white towers, which protect it from the worst of the mountain winds. It contains grass, blue flowers, and low, flowering shrubs, and there are some thin trees as well.
A Game of Thrones
Tyrion Lannister, accused by Lady Lysa Arryn of having murdered Lord Jon Arryn, calls for trial by combat. Their respective champions, the sellsword Bronn and Ser Vardis Egen, captain of the Arryn guards, are to face each other in the godswood garden. The agile Bronn wears down the heavily-armored knight in their duel, and Bronn eventually kills Vardis after pushing the statue of Alyssa Arryn atop him.
A Storm of Swords
Snow falls upon the Eyrie, so Sansa Stark tries to recreate Winterfell out of snow in the garden. Lord Petyr Baelish, Lysa's new husband, helps Sansa add more buildings, and he then surprises her with a kiss. Lysa's son, young Lord Robert Arryn, arrives and begins demolishing the snow castle with his doll, and Sansa ruins the doll while trying to stop him. Lysa, having observed the kiss from her balcony, later summons Sansa to the High Hall. Accusing the girl of initiating the kiss with Petyr, Lysa threatens Sansa with the Moon Door. Petyr interrupts Lysa, however, pushes her through the Moon Door, and accuses Marillion of having murdered Lysa.
—thoughts of Catelyn Stark
When she opened the door to the garden, it was so lovely that she held her breath, unwilling to disturb such perfect beauty. The snow drifted down and down, all in ghostly silence, and lay thick and unbroken on the ground. All color had fled the world outside. It was a place of whites and blacks and greys. White towers and white snow and white statues, black shadows and black trees, the dark grey sky above.—thoughts of Sansa Stark
—thoughts of Sansa Stark