But in the meantime, i thought i'd share my latest DIY project. Unlike all my other projects, this one shouldn't take me 287 trips to Home Depot to finish. This one should also be a little more fun and delicious than my other projects. Yesterday my wife and i went to the Sorauren Farmers Market, which is held year round at Sorauren Park. There was an interesting little vendor, called Matchbox Garden & Seed Co. They sell boxes of fresh vegetables grown on their farm in Brampton, and delivered to your door during the warm months. During the winter they sell heirloom vegetable seeds and a guide on how to grow them at home. We purchased a whole bunch of our favourite vegetables to try and grow this summer. Some of them sound really cool, like the "Gold Medal" beefsteak tomatoes, that can grow up to 2 lbs. That's the size of a small watermelon and the Jimmy Nardello sweet peppers , that grow up to 12" long. Not all of our veggies will be freakishly huge, however. We did also buy some "Coyote" cherry tomatoes, these grow wild in Mexico and produce small yellow fruit all season. They'll make a healthy snack when i get down to some more real renovations starting this summer. Anyhow, this will be the first vegetable garden i've ever tried growing, i'll post updates throughout the season.