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HEIRLOOM VEGETABLES

It’s not uncommon these days to see scientific breakthroughs on the news, many of these declaring a new method of farming that produces more for less. Today’s crops tend to grow larger and ripen quicker while producing more, this allows the big commercial growers to get more for their money. These crops are hybridized, genetic mutations forced into existence in a laboratory, they were never intentioned by nature. As such these new crops have lost a lot of the flavors and textures that we remembered from our grandparents gardens as children.

Heirloom vegetables are non hybridized vegetables, they are probably as close as we can get to what our great grandparents ate. They are not as bug resistant as some of the newer varieties, but they have a superior flavor and texture. They are not forced away from natures intended path. Heirloom vegetables are perfect to grow in your private garden and will give you and your family something delicious that you have grown. Plant Heirloom vegetables now so your children know what real vegetables taste like.

Growing your own Garden

Most people think that growing your own vegetables is a hard and dirty task with no benefits what so ever. This could not be further from the truth because most people with any free space are looking for ways to make a vegetable garden. Growing vegetables in your own garden is one of the best ways to save money. You’ll find that a large percentage of house’s budget comprises of fruits, vegetables, herb etc. Growing vegetables in your own garden is one of the best things you could do to safeguard your family’s health. When you grow your own, you can select which fertilizers to use, how to intercrop, etc. Different tastes can also be added using carrots, fresh tomatoes, coriander etc. It’s a wonderfully natural way to stretch your household budget.

Must See Things in Edmonton

Edmonton is a diverse city with many attractions and events. There are three major things every tourist must see while visiting this town, unfortunately you can’t do all three on the same trip. No matter what time of year it is you can visit the famous West Edmonton Mall, the largest shopping mall in North America, the fifth largest in the world.

While there you can experience just about everything including an amusement park, a water park, even an aquarium and of course you can always go shopping. If visiting in the summer be sure to time your trip for the end of July so you can attend Capital Ex (formerly Klondike Days) and experience a fair like no other. If visiting in the winter you must experience the heart of Canada and take in a hockey game and watch the five time Stanley Cup Champions, the Edmonton Oilers on home ice.

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