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Survival Seeds Non-Hybrid 37 Varieties of Survival Vegetable Seeds Heirloom Seeds Non GMO Free Shipping!! Only $49.99

Survival Seeds Non-Hybrid 37 Varieties of Survival Vegetable Seeds Heirloom Seeds Non GMO Free Shipping!! Only .99

Survival Seeds Non-Hybrid 37 Varieties of Survival Vegetable Seeds Heirloom Seeds Non GMO Free Shipping!! Only .99

  • SALE ONLY .99 for 37 Varieties No Hybrid, Heirloom Survival Seeds
  • Non Hybrid Heirloom Survival Vegetable Seeds Non GMO Seeds
  • Step by Step Instructions on how to collect new viable seeds from your plants & Planting Instructions.
  • A NEVER ending food supply of Non-Hybrid, Heirloom, NON GMO first quality seeds for generations to come!!!
  • 37 Varieties labeled paper envelope, (not a Ziploc or Poly bag)&Heat Sealed in a resealable Mylar Bag

Survial Vegetable Seeds Each variety of our Non Hybrid, Heirloom, Non GMO Seeds are package in a labeled paper envelope, (not a Ziploc or Poly bag) and Heat Sealed in a resealable Mylar Bag, like the Mylar Bag that The Svalbard Global Seed Vault use for storing their seeds. Planting and Harvesting Instructions for each seed is Included. Plus as a Bonus, a Step by Step Instructions guide on how to collect new viable seeds from your plants, thus providing a NEVER ending food supply of Non-Hybrid, Heirloom, NON GMO first quality seeds for generations to come!!! Know Exactly What You Are Getting!! Tomato: Beefsteak 75+ Seeds,Cucumber: Armenian Yard-Long 50+ Seeds, Broccoli: Waltham 29 300+ Seeds, Spinach: Bloomsdale Long Standing 50+ Seeds, P

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5 Comments/Reviews

  • Breezy Weekes says:

    Can someone tell me a site where i can go and they will give me very easy step by step instructions on how to draw charaters from nickelodeon where i can print them. I dont want a site that is going to give me the name of a book that i can buy. I want this to be online and characters like spongebob, patrick squidward sandy, plankton tommy chuckie tweety bird winnie the pooh tigger and more like that.

  • Haleigh Larade says:

    To my understanding Organic is “healthier” which is what I am leaning towards, but then when I look at the Heritage and Heirloom descriptions on google, they throw in the word organic here and there. It is confusing.

    Your clarification is appreciated, thank you!

  • Gabriella Corbett says:

    I am starting a garden, and am tired of paying for new dead-end seeds each year. Seed saers exchange is the best place, but they only sell veggies. this year I am starting a vineyard, orchard, and growing lots of different berry bushes. stark bros. isnt one is it? is the cook’s garden one? but where can I find that? thanks alot.

  • Joe Fanara says:

    I am looking for a physical storefront where I can go and look at/buy heirloom seeds. I know alot of places sell them online, but I dont want that. Any ideas?

  • Jodi Fairhurst says:

    The main focus of the garden we are planning for next year is quality not quantity. Last year was our experiment year so we focus more on quantity. I have also heard that heirloom varieties are dying off and people want to protect them, is that a reason to grow them?

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