Survival Essentials 135 Variety Premium Heirloom Non Hybrid Non GMO Seed Bank - 23,335+ Seeds - All In One Super Value Pak…Veggies, Fruits, Medicinal/Culinary Herbs - Plus 9 FREE Rare Tomato Varieties.Premium Heirloom Seeds... NO GMO - NO PESTICIDES! Premium Quality AND Wide Variety Assortment - Truly High Quality Seeds Grown And Harvested By Exclusive Seed Producers - Large Assortment Accomodates Any And ALL Hardiness Zones - Detailed Planting/Growing Information PLUS Historical And Nutritional Information (All Printable) On Our Website. Full Color Photos Of Each Type And Variety Can Be Printed From Our Website As Well. The Truth About Reliable Long Term Storage Before Developing Our Seed Banks, We Consulted Expert Seed Saver, Suzanne Ashworth. Suzanne Ashworth Is A World Renowned Horticulturist, Gardener, And Author of "Seed to Seed". We Share Her Recommendations For ...
"The wonderful diversity offered by heirloom plants can help you create a deeply satisfying garden that looks good, preserves historic plants, and provides you with color, shade, food, flowers, herbs, and an all-around happy place." Garden writer Judy Barrett opens her second book with a conversation about the characteristics of heirloom plants and why their toughness, ease of propagation, and wide variety make them ideal to grow in any garden. Add their occasional oddities, complex flavors and scents, histories, and family stories, and these plants can become as valuable and treasured as a cut-glass bowl or handmade quilt. Having collected, grown, and propagated many heirloom plants, Barrett has favorites in every category--from food to flowers, trees, and herbs--and stories to tell about all of them: the headstrong pumpkin; the all-potato diet; the yam van; the porch petunia. Covering thirty-seven plants or groups of plants (such as annuals or perennials), Barrett provides practical information about growing them, eating them, enjoying them, and propagating them. Seeds are a particularly important topic in heirloom gardening, and Barrett teaches us why and how to save, store, and share all kinds of seeds, from vegetables, flowers, and trees. She also provides a primer on self- and cross-pollination. Nutritional information and well-tested recipes appear throughout, presented in Barrett's signature informal style. The manuscript is written for anyone who has clipped an old rose or bit into an heirloom tomato and wanted to know more.
Why has the price of food doubled in the last year? Why is it still rising? Supply and demand food supplies will eventually dry up, Non-Hybrid Non-GMO Vegetable Seed will SUSTAIN OUR FOOD NEEDS WHEN CANNED(expired), FREEZE DRIED(destroyed) and all other food sources are gone ! The New World Order and the Global Economy are here NOW!! The UN AGENDA 21 CALLS FOR Sustainable Development. GO GREEN !! THINK ABOUT IT BE PREPARED!! YOU CAN GROW NEW GENERATIONS OF VEGETABLES THUS PROVIDING A NEVER ENDING FOOD SUPPLY. NON-HYBRID NON-GMO AAA QUALITY SEED LIFETIME MYLAR BAG SEEDS SEALED READY FOR STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS ARE INCLUDED TO HARVEST DRY AND RE-USE SEEDS SAVE MONEY ON YOUR FOOD BILL THE GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING Non-Hybrid seeds of the follow varieties: 1.BEEFSTEAK TOMATO (150 SEEDS) very tasty 2. Blue Lake bush string Bean great flavor(50 seeds) . 3. Butter Crunch Lettuce (450 seeds) 4. Waltham 29 Broccoli (100 seeds) 5 Spinach bloomsdale (50 seeds) 6.California Wonder sweet Pepper (50 seeds)7. Yellow Crookneck Squash (50 seeds)8. Dark Red Beet (50 seeds) Great Taste 9. eggplant black beauty 60 seeds .10 peas lincoln 11. zucchini black beauty 45 seeds. 12.tomato red cherry 155 seeds. Seeds are a live organism. Their germination depends on many factor including heat, cooling, sun, shade, moisture, time of sowing, etc. None of these things We can control so We cannot be held responsible for them. We promise to provide fresh viable seeds as We always have and the rest is up to you 🙂 170 pages in Downloadable PDF Growing Guides