All of you preppers out there know the importance of food storage. Some have a 1, 2, or even a 3 year supply safely stored and ready for use. If you are one of these, I commend you on your effort. But as Survivalist know, the key to long term survival is having a means to replenish that food supply. In a survival situation those 1,2 and 3 years will click by much faster than one may think if the shelves are getting thinner by the day. If you have the means and the space for a garden, and have saved your heirloom seeds, then you are by all means, ahead of the game. Heirloom seeds will germinate and grow into another plant that seeds may be saved from, this process can and has continued for many years.
In doing a little research on heirloom seeds I ran across this web site that offers a good deal on a variety pack of seeds. Or at least it looks like a good deal to me. If like me, you haven't saved as many seeds as you would have liked to or would like more variety, check them out. I'm sure there are many that offer seeds but I just kinda like these guys.
Here's what's in the current 25 variety, 1 pound package:
One large envelope each of: Go to our Seed Planting Guide
01. Slenderette Beans
02. Golden Wax Beans
03. Green Arrow Peas
04. Golden Bantam Sweet Corn0
5. Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans
06. Detroit Dark Red Beets
07. Nantes Coreless Carrots
08. Marketmore 76 Cucumber
09. Cherry Belle Radish
10. Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach
11. Waltham 29 Broccoli
12. Copenhagen Market Early Cabbage
13. Hales Best Jumbo Cantaloupe
14. Green Flesh Honey Dew Melon
15. Iceberg Head Lettuce
16. Super Sioux Heirloom Tomato (or San Martine Roma Tomato)
17. Bonnie Best Tomato
18. Sugar Pie Pumpkin
19. Dark Green Zucchini Summer Squash
20. Crimson Sweet Watermelon.
21. Bouquet Dill
22. California Wonder Pepper
23. National Pickler Cucumber
24. Prizehead Lettuce
25. Ambrosia Sweet Corn
Total 25 varieties, gross weight 1 pound.
Save a seed today and maybe a live tomorrow.
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