Heirloom Seeds: The 5 Best Vegetables to Grow Video Series Released by HAGA

Carson City, NV (PressExposure) June 02, 2014 -- Home and Garden America Founder and CEO, Chuck Harmon, today announced the release of The Top 5 Vegetables To Grow, a video series designed to get the beginning or seasoned gardener off to a good start when planting an organic vegetable garden. The series of 5 videos tells you which vegetables you should grow and gives you the reasons you should choose them vs. the countless others available.

Many people, these days, are opting out of the pesticide laced vegetables offered at their local market in favor of controlling what their families eat when it comes to fresh vegetables. Genetically modified foods have not been proven to be a safe way to eat and may, some day, prove to be a major health threat so instead of waiting for the government or some other entity to step up to the plate, these pro-active people are becoming organic gardeners who use high quality organic heirloom seeds to plant vegetables in their home garden plots.

There are many benefits to a person growing their own food. In fact, there are so many benefits that it's hard to name them all in one breath because they go beyond the obvious health benefits and include the peace and serenity that gardening provides as well as the family bonds that are formed while tending a garden together.

"We felt that there was a need to educate people on the benefits of these 5 top vegetables that can be grown at home without a lot of prior experience. That puts it within the reach of the average person who hasn't grown a garden before or who has limited gardening experience" said Harmon. "Many people may be surprised what vegetable they find in video 4 that has the added benefit of aiding in weight loss while providing a myriad of vitamins and antioxidants as well."

More information on organic heirloom seeds is available at the Home and Garden America website.

About Home and Garden America

Chuck Harmon enjoys writing consumer information material on a wide range of products and his work in the gardening arena is no exception. His interest in heirloom seeds came about from trying to find better tasting vegetables. More information is available at http://GetMySeeds.com

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Press Release Submitted On: June 02, 2014 at 2:27 am
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