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Survival Culinary Vegetable Garden Seeds Non-GMO Non-Hybrid 16 Varieties Preparedness Seeds

Survival Culinary Vegetable Garden Seeds Non-GMO Non-Hybrid 16 Varieties Preparedness Seeds

Survival Culinary Vegetable Garden Seeds Non-GMO Non-Hybrid 16 Varieties Preparedness Seeds

  • 16 large seed packets sealed in a #10 can (1-Gal).
  • Packaged for long term storage. Will keep up to 4 years if stored at 66 to 70 degrees and much longer if kept colder
  • All Non-hybrid, open pollinated varieties
  • Enough seeds to cover 3/4 of an acre!
  • Harvested seeds can be planted year after year
  • Packets are re-sealable for lasting protection
  • Complete planting and harvesting instructions included

Vegetable Garden Can of Preparedness Seeds

Experts agree. That a diet that consists mainly of Fresh vegetables, fruits & grains
is the most balanced and healthy for the human body.
Our Vegetable Garden Can is a virtual necessity in your preparedness emergency supply.
A cornucopia of our favorite varieties.

16 varieties of Fresh Garden Goodness.
All Non-GMO Non-Hybrid
Highest quality available.

SWEET CORN, Golden Bantam 5oz
ONION, Utah Sweet Spanish 10g
SPINACH, Bloomsdale Long Standing 10g
WINTER SQUASH, Waltham Butternut 10g
SQUASH ZUCCHINI, Black Beauty 10g
RADISH, Champion 10g
TOMATO, Rutgers 5g
SWISS CHARD, Lucullus 10g
PEA, Lincoln 10oz
BEET, Detroit Dark Red 10g
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List Price: $ 65.99

Price: $ 65.99

8 Comments/Reviews

  • Brilliant Mind says:

    I’m very excited to get started on a garden, as I believe the economy is going to drastically change for the worse. I want to become as self-sufficient as possible. Where are some great seeds to get started with?

  • David Omar Alvarez says:

    I’m wanting to order for a two acre organic garden that might include:

    Green Beans
    Broccoli
    Carrots
    Mustard Greens
    Peas
    Radishes
    Squash
    Turnips
    Wheat
    Beats
    Cabbage
    Kale
    Leaf Lettuce
    Oats
    Pepper
    Swiss Chard
    Roma Tomato
    Zucchini

    What’s your favorite supplier?

  • giovana af says:

    I live in Massachusetts, and would like to have a small vegetable garden this summer. What seeds should I start indoors? I was thinking of planting:
    tomatoes
    cucumbers
    peppers
    onions
    I’m not sure what else right now. Thanks for the help!

  • Erfan says:

    I’m very excited to get started on a garden, as I believe the economy is going to drastically change for the worse. I want to become as self-sufficient as possible. Where are some great seeds to get started with?

  • HiiThere ImRishaa says:

    I live in Massachusetts, and would like to have a small vegetable garden this summer. What seeds should I start indoors? I was thinking of planting:
    tomatoes
    cucumbers
    peppers
    onions
    I’m not sure what else right now. Thanks for the help!

  • Heather says:

    Just wondering what the advantages/disadvantages would be for each case. I work in a restaurant and can get 100’s of seeds like tomatoes, pepper, eggplant, etc.. for free every day. I want to plant some at home to start my vegetable garden, will they work ok? Or will pre-packaged seeds grow better due to some coating or treatments?

  • Hayley Wolfe says:

    I’m going to start a vegetable garden tomorrow! Wish me the best of luck. But, I am only going to start on the garden’s soil.

    I need to find some seeds to plant into the garden. Should I just collect seeds from fruits I have failed to finish? What about vegetables? Where can I find seeds to grow them with? I live in a rural area, so I need to keep away from the store.

    Thanks If You Could Help,
    Kelly

  • shes the BOSS says:

    Where is the best place, or website available for good quality seeds at the BEST price. I think that I will go with http://www.bountifulgardens.org. They have a wide selection of all open pollinated and non hybrid seeds in large packages at a fair price. My order for a 1,000 square feet garden is about 50 bucks.

    Is there a better place than that?

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