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Survival Seed Vault - Heirloom Emergency Survival Seeds - Plant a Full Acre Crisis Victory Garden - 20 Easy-to-grow Varieties

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  • Survival Garden Seeds Hermetically Stored For Greater Shelf Life
  • Heirloom Survival Seeds Are Open Pollinated & 100% Non-GMO
  • Survival Seeds May Be Planted, Harvested, and Replanted Endlessly
  • Manufacturer Has Signed Safe Seed Pledge
  • Waterproof Emergency Seed Supply

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Survival Seed Vault - Heirloom Emergency Survival Seeds - Plant a Full Acre Crisis Victory Garden - 20 Easy-to-grow Varieties + Medicinal Herb Garden Seeds Kit (10 Easy-to-grow Medicinal Plants) + Culinary Herb Garden Seeds (8 Easy-to-grow Kitchen Herbs)
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  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0051OA7QC
  • Item model number: Survival_Seeds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (198 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #408 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Could you feed your family from your garden if you *had* to? What if you simply decided you wanted to?

This emergency survival seed vault was created to serve that very purpose. With a large selection, this seed bank contains 20 varieties of easy-to-grow heirloom vegetable seeds. All seeds are packaged in jumbo-sized triple-layered foil packets.

These packets have built in zip-lock, so they can be resealed once opened!

Detailed planting, harvesting, and seed saving instructions are included!

The survival seeds are shipped sealed in a metal storage container, and contains:

Blue Lake Bean Over 150 seeds
California Wonder Pepper Over 70 seeds
Scarlet Nantes Carrot Over 800 seeds
Marketmore Cucumber Over 150 seeds
Parris Island Cos Romaine Lettuce Over 900 seeds
Golden Acre Cabbage Over 530 seeds
Detroit Dark Red Beet Over 260 seeds
Lincoln Shell Pea Over 100 seeds
Lucullus Swiss Chard Over 160 seeds
Beefsteak Tomato Over 180 seeds
Champion Radish Over 320 seeds
Green Sprouting Broccoli Over 500 seeds
Waltham Butternut Winter Squash Over 100 seeds
Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach Over 260 seeds
Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion Over 145 seeds
Golden Bantam Sweet Corn Over 250 seeds
Hales Best Cantaloupe Over 70 seeds
Snowball Self-blanching Cauliflower Over 285 seeds
Black Beauty Zucchini Over 50 seeds
Crimson Sweet Watermelon Over 60 seeds


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Customer Reviews

I was very happy with the quality of the packaging and the assortment of seeds.
Henry Wolford
If you count the can they come in, many of these seeds are triple sealed by the can, individual Mylar packages, and resealable bags within the Mylar.
Matthew Schroeder
All the seeds in this vault are are non-GMO heirloom seeds, which means I can harvest the seeds and save them for future planting.
Carol A.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

239 of 246 people found the following review helpful By Rutablavsky on December 2, 2013
While this is a nice assortment, it is marketed toward the inexperienced gardener and prepper who has never grown food. If you have a limitless expanse of land to plant vegetables, this medley is great and has some great tasting varieties. If you have a small quarter acre lot or less, and you are tearing up every square inch of your yard for the actual survival of your family without other food sources, this mix is not an efficient use of your time or energy. When selecting what to plant for survival, the most important thing is to consider is the space the plant takes up and the calories it contains as well as the storage capabilities. The most calorie dense foods are potatoes, corn, grain, winter squash and root crops such as carrots and beets. Here's my review of each of the varieties contained.

Blue Lake Bean Over 150 seeds - Blue Lake is a fresh eating bean only. Instead, consider an heirloom that is good as a dry bean and fresh, such as Cherokee Trail of Tears (which is also drought resistant). That way beans can be eaten fresh or dried, shucked and saved for soup in the winter without canning. Beans are essential as they are they contain the highest source of protein in your garden.

California Wonder Pepper Over 70 seeds- These are large blocky bell peppers. If you must grow a sweet pepper, grow a variety that has more small pods, a slim profile and shoulders that do not face the sky at 90 degrees. It will lessen the chance of sunscald and damage from hail.

Scarlet Nantes Carrot Over 800 seeds- Plant short, stubby carrots instead, like Danver's Half Long. They will do well in all soils, including clay, they will be less mishappen for better storage. Eat the greens too.
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425 of 446 people found the following review helpful By Dott on October 29, 2011
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A wonder selection of heirloom seeds! My seed vault arrived in a coffee type can. completely sealed like a can of soup. The vault comes with a plastic lid as well for resealing once you have opened the vault for the first time. Inside there were 20 or so little opaque mylar bags that were labeled with the seed name, net weight, amount of seeds contained, germination percent, as well as instructions for planting, transplanting, and other suggested care. The mylar bags are resealable like ziplock bags so you can use a few and save the rest. My vault also came with a 6 page guide for saving seeds. This has proven to be invaluable for me! There is a section specifically for each type of seed included with your vault. all the veggies were wonderful and tasted soooo much better than store bought veggies... Highly recommend!!

Contents of my seed vault:
green sprouting broccoli
champion radish
parris island cos romaine lettuce
detroit dark red beet
lucullus swiss chard
waltham butternut winter squash
blue lake bush bean
yellow sweet spanish onion
lincoln shell pea
marketmore 76 cucumber
golden bantam sweet corn
bloomsdale long standing spinach
scarlet nantes carrot
golden acre cabbage
crimson sweet watermelon
black beauty zucchini
iroquois cantaloupe
snowball self-blanching cauliflower
california wonder pepper
beefsteak tomato
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230 of 245 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Kearns TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 9, 2011
I bought this Seed Vault directly from the vendor's website, and not from Amazon, but I am so pleased with it that I wanted potential buyers to know they'll be happy with it too. I've also bought a seed sprouter, Tattler lids (for canning) and some herb seeds from this vendor's website and and have been happy with my purchases.

All the seeds in this vault are are non-GMO heirloom seeds, which means I can harvest the seeds from this year's garden and replant next year without buying more. The tin it comes in can be resealed, unlike another seed vault I bought that came in a crimp-sealed tin can. We opened the can to see what we got, and decided to try some of the seeds. We grew the beefsteak tomato, California Wonder bell pepper and the Blue Lake bush beans this year, and saved the other seeds in the vault for later. The seeds sprouted well - I don't know the percentage that did or didn't sprout, but *most* of the seeds sprouted. And the plants produced well all summer long. We enjoyed the tomatoes the best - it brought back memories of my childhood, when my father always planted beefsteak tomatoes.

I liked that the seed packets in this vault are made of mylar (metalized plastic) with a zip lock top. This helps keep the unused seeds fresh longer, and keeps them from spilling out of the package once it's opened.

If you like to grow your own fruits and vegetables, and know they aren't genetically modified and are old fashioned heirloom varieties, you won't be disappointed with this seed vault!
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93 of 101 people found the following review helpful By fundabug on April 5, 2012
I bought the Survival Seed Vault, as well as, the Medicinal Herb Seed Vault just out of curiosity. If you are thinking of purchasing any seeds from Patriot Supply, stop thinking about it and do it. I have a small greenhouse so I can germinate my plants early in the spring and get a little jump on the growing season. I germinated seeds from this vault in small individual germination pods in a sterile germination medium. I grew up planting, growing, and eating fresh vegetables from our garden, so I have a few years experience. I can honestly say that I've never bought seeds before with an almost 100% germination rate. The Rutgers beefsteak tomato and the Bantam sweet corn in this package are unbelievable! They sprouted in a couple of days and outgrew the pods in a few days. Absolutely 100% of the corn and tomatoes sprouted and grew vigorously. I also planted broccoli, onions, spinach, green beans, zucchini, cucumbers, green peppers, peas, and several medicinal herbs. All of which are sprouting and growing well. With that kind of success rate, you could probably just throw some seeds in the dirt and walk away, and still have a huge garden. So far these seeds could make anybody look like an avid gardener. I guess we'll have to wait to see how well everything turns out at harvest time. I actually came here to order another vault to keep in my disaster supplies and thought I would leave a review while I'm here. So, if you're thinking about it, don't. Just buy it, you won't be disappointed. I can't recommend this product enough.
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