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heirloom

Property law a chattel inherited by special custom or in accordance with the terms of a will
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THERE HAS BEEN A RESURGENCE OF INTEREST in tomatoes in recent years, not the everyday luscious fruit, but heirloom tomatoes, a new era of tomato breeding.
Since then, varieties such as Isis Candy cherry, Striped (Speckled) Roman, and Pixie Striped are a few modern heirlooms that have been developed by other folks, either from accidental field crosses or intentional breeding.
com)-- Home and Garden America (HAGA) has just added a new video to its heirloom seeds video series on YouTube.
STURBRIDGE a Old Sturbridge Village celebrates the coming of fall with an old-fashioned Agricultural Exhibition highlighting heirloom vegetables and historical farming techniques Saturday and Sunday, Sept.
is last week Ken has been bringing me all sorts of weird and wonderful heirloom tomatoes.
CORN Heirlooms Won't store as long, but the varieety (green, indigo, red) is mind bogging
Family heirlooms are a bit like real estate, in that nobody is making any more of them.
htm The most obvious heirlooms are family photographs, and while you may be lucky enough to own some ageing photographs of your ancestors, the chances are that you are more likely to find them in the attic of some other family member.
Robust flavor is only one reason for the rekindled interest in heirlooms.
That's why heirlooms have survived for so many generations: Somebody's landscape-loving ancestor tucked a few favorite seeds into cold storage for another season, another gardener.
Almost all heirlooms are considered products of natural pollination, generally not derived from hybridizing, grafts or other human intervention.