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Survival Seed Bank

The Essential Survival Seed Bank

The photo above shows my Survival Seed Bank, and that canister is a FOOT tall and has even more seed packets in it than what you see spread out on my floor ... But first, I need to let you know what all this fuss is about. By now I'm sure all you food shoppers have discovered that prices are rising in an alarming manner.

No matter how they try to disguise the fact by making containers slightly smaller (i.e. 7 oz. of product versus our regular size of 8 oz, thereby keeping the price the same!) – it makes a ton of sense for us to start growing our own vegetables and fruits!

We're lucky enough to have a couple of orange trees on our property, but ... we need vegetables, and more fruit!

Harvest Seeds for Next Year's Bounty!

To grow your own fruits and vegetables, you need a good source of non-hybrid seeds. This enables us to grow all the survival food we'll ever need, anywhere in the country. Save some of your harvest seeds from the first year, and you'll have more than enough to plant in the second year!

We have started our garden planning – Click on this link: Garden and Compost Bin to take you to it!

Here's what you can expect each Survival Seed Bank to contain, though please note that because we are in a very real "non-hybrid" seed shortage, they may have to substitute varieties if supplies are exhausted! All Seed Banks will, however, contain the same amount of ONLY Heirloom Seeds.

  • Jacob's Cattle Bean
  • Bountiful Bean
  • Black Valentine Bean, stringless
  • Detroit Dark Red Beet
  • Copenhagen Market Cabbage
  • Scarlet Nantez Carrot
  • Fordhook Giant Chard
  • Golden Bantam Corn
  • Reid's Yellow Dent Corn
  • Straight Eight Cucumber
  • Rosa Bianca Eggplant
  • Oak Leaf Lettuce
  • Red Salad Bowl Lettuce
  • Hales Best Melon
  • Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion
  • Green Arrow Pea
  • California Wonder Pepper
  • Early Jalapeno Pepper
  • French Breakfast Radish
  • Bloomsdale Spinach
  • Waltham Butternut Squash
  • Brandywine Tomato

Wow, Don't They All Sound Super Delicious?!

Rest assured that I'll be adding photos of my 'seed growing project' ... In the mean time, please click the link to visit Betty, a really neat lady and my mom's friend, who grows her own vegetables in Florida and has NINE parrots!

For TONS more information on these fantastic seeds, please visit the seed suppliers by clicking on the ad below.

Check out this smart use
of space beneath
Bev's upper-story deck ...
a great greenhouse built
around the use of
recycled windows!

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