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Wholesale Bulk Pack 34,500 Non Gmo Non Hybrid Fresh Garden Seeds Reviews

Wholesale Bulk Pack 34,500 Non Gmo Non Hybrid Fresh Garden Seeds

Wholesale Bulk Pack 34,500 Non Gmo Non Hybrid Fresh Garden Seeds

  • These seeds are fresh for the 2012 growing season
  • Enclosed in a Mylar Heat Sealed lifetime bag these are ready for long term storage
  • These will keep 20-25 years frozen 10-15 refrigerated.
  • These seeds produce new seeds every planting year for perpetual food
  • Non GMO NO PESTICIDES 34,500 Total Non-Hybrid seeds

1.MANALUCIE TOMATO (150plus +SEEDS)great hot weather variety very tasty 2. Blue Lake Snap Bean great flavor(50plus + seeds) 3. Dark Red Kidney Bean great in chili (50plus + seeds) 4. Buttercrunch Lettuce (10,000plus+ seeds) 5. GREEN Broccoli (500plus+ seeds) 6. CABBAGE ALL SEASON (500plus+ seeds) 7. LITTLE FINGERS CARROT very tasty(1500+plus seeds) 8. Golden Corn (50+plus seeds) 9. CANTALOUPE HALES BEST JUMBO(50+plus seeds) 10. Marketmore Cucumber (250+plus seeds) all time favorite 11. Foot Long cucumber tasty (250+plus seeds) 12. Eggplant black beauty(50+plus seeds)Great in many recipes 13. Cherry Belle Radish (50+plus seeds)salad favorite 14. Spinach (50+plus seeds) 15.California Wonder Bell Pepper (50+plus seeds) 16. Jalapeno Pepper (50+

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5 Comments/Reviews

  • Brad Franklin says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great value, November 28, 2011
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    This review is from: Wholesale Bulk Pack 34,500 Non Gmo Non Hybrid Fresh Garden Seeds

    It is very hard to beat the diversity and volume of seeds in this batch for the price. Other vendors sell about a quarter of the amount of seeds here for the same price. Delivery was prompt.
    One thing to note about the packaging of these seeds is that each type of seed is packaged in its own traditional paper packet and then sealed together with all of the other seeds in a single mylar bag. There are other vendors who will seal each seed type in its own mylar bag.
    Instructions are included with the seeds, which is very helpful for managing so many different varieties of plants.

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  • Bedding Guides says:

    Okay, so I have been growing plants for about a week, seedlings. I was wondering what I could use for:
    BTW, even if you can only get one fertilizer, it could be helpful.
    Tomatoes- Patio, Sweet 100
    Herbs/Lettuce- Buttercrunch, Romaine
    Peppers- Jalapeno, Cubanelle, and Banana, both sweet and hot

    thx alot

  • i aint an actress says:

    Hello, so I’m planting a few seeds that have sprouted (Oregon Sugar Pod ii and Buttercrunch Lettuce) in different containers, and I was wondering, maybe they will do better inside by my patio window. although, I don’t get a lot of sunlight here, about 6-7 hours possibly, it’s much cooler inside. It was so cool here where the temps were in the 50’s later spring until about last week. Now it’s become much warmer, and after reading up about green leafy types survival in the summer, it seems maybe they will be better away from that direct heat, and we do get pretty intense humidity here in summer months.

    also if they are indoors, is it more likely to avoid pests like insects and other diseases that would be more likely in mid-summer conditions?

  • Max Helyer says:

    I am wondering about how long to seeds last? I have had them for a year, and am hoping to plant them next year. I have:
    Morning Glories
    Summer mix lettuce( Black seeded simpson, lollo rossa, buttercrunch, craquerelle du midi, and salad bowl)
    mammoth gray stripe sunflowers
    chives
    sage
    nasturtiums
    cilantro
    impatiens
    basil
    and Pumpkins which i got a few months ago and will plant next year

    Please tell me how long each of these seeds last, but it doesnt matter if you know everything or not, i just want some answers.

  • laura the great says:

    Hello, so I’m planting a few seeds that have sprouted (Oregon Sugar Pod ii and Buttercrunch Lettuce) in different containers, and I was wondering, maybe they will do better inside by my patio window. although, I don’t get a lot of sunlight here, about 6-7 hours possibly, it’s much cooler inside. It was so cool here where the temps were in the 50’s later spring until about last week. Now it’s become much warmer, and after reading up about green leafy types survival in the summer, it seems maybe they will be better away from that direct heat, and we do get pretty intense humidity here in summer months.

    also if they are indoors, is it more likely to avoid pests like insects and other diseases that would be more likely in mid-summer conditions?

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