The Best Survival Seed Kits
Survival Seeds - are you prepared?
What is a survival seed kit? It's a special container of hermetically sealed, non-gmo seeds that you can keep to ensure that in the event of a disaster, emergency or other crisis, you have the ability to grow your own food. Survival seed banks have special packaging that protect the seeds and prolong their life. You keep these heirloom survival seeds for much longer than normal seeds and there are plenty of great kits to choose from.
The Best Survival Seed Kit:
These emergency heirloom survival seeds are the best value and offer a wide variety of fruit and vegetables and helpful extras like the booklet. The packaging is quite nice as well. I think it would make a good gift for an aspiring gardener too, it's enough to get anyone off to great start.
Learn from John Lipscomb and see his garden:
Give your seeds a great start:
This seed germination station is a great way to start delicate seedlings indoors.
Don't wait for an emergency!
Start your garden when your seeds arrive - by saving the seeds at the end of the harvest, you'll always be able to start a new crop. Here are some reasons to grow your own heirloom vegetables:
- The taste. Nothing compares to home-grown, organic fruits and vegetables.
- Familiarity. If your survival garden is your only source of food in an emergency, you can't risk a low yield or failed crop. Learn how to farm now while there's no pressure.
- Savings. Growing food for yourself is exponentially cheaper than buying in a store.
Grab a book or two and start learning.
These books contain lots of valuable information you can use to get familiar with survival gardening,
Heirloom tomatoes from the garden of Bethany Nowviskie
Grow culinary herbs for even better tasting meals.
Fresh herbs can make growing your own food even more enjoyable and many herbs make great companion plants for veggies,
Medicinal herbs too!
These medicinal herbs have a wide variety of uses and are easy to grow.
Are you prepared for an emergency where you couldn't buy food?