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.
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- FREE Rare Heirloom Tomato Variety Pack - Nine of the Most Sought After Heirloom Tomato Varieties - FREE!
- Vegetables - Fruits - Medicinal and Culinary Herbs - 135 Varieties (144 Total)
- Large Assortment Covers All Hardiness Zones
- Secrets To Successful Long Term Seed Storage Provided With Purchase
- Premium Heirloom Seeds From #1 U.S.A. Seed Producers
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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 StorageBefore 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 Long Term Storage Containers And Techniques In The Printed Instructions Included In This Seed Bank. You Don’t Need To Pay For Fancy Labeled (But Inferior) Containers To Have The BEST Long Term Storage Container For These Seeds. In Fact, The Best Container You Can Use Is Probably In Your Kitchen Right Now. So, Don’t Buy A Handful Of Seeds In A Tin Can or "Mylar" Bag That Will Fail To Preserve Your Seeds. When You Purchase Our Seed Banks, You Will Get A LOT of Variety, plus Reliable Instructions/Suggestions For Storage.
BONUS - FREE Rare Heirloom Tomato Variety Pack- Nine Varieties Of The Most Sought After Rare Heirloom Tomatoes
- Each Variety is Beautiful, Unique, and Possesses Flavor Like You’ve Never Experienced!
- A Treasure For The Heirloom Tomato Enthusiast.
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first of all, I tried to navigate the website to figure out the best time of year to plant which plants and when, after hours I finally just made piles of seeds I would start this month and another batch to start in a month or two, (zone 8). After that, since I have no experience I decided to sprout 3 plants of each that I had chosen and put 1-2 seeds in each pod. Well, these seeds are unbelievable how fast they sprout! Within days they had sprouted and they were so stocky and strong that many were pushing the top off the seed tray.
With no experience I figured I would pull those out and move them to there own pot until I could plant them outside. Over the next couple of days they got so long and reached so hard for the window that they were falling over so when we hit 75 degrees I moved them outside. When I went to get them at the end of the day nearly all of them had fatally suffered. Lesson learned...don't shock them with Texas sunlight.
At this point I am about to start more seeds to replace the ones that bolted and then withered in the sun. As for the seeds that were still in the tray, about 2/3 of them have come up and are doing well. The last few that haven't come up, are large seeds such as the pumpkin and a couple of squash. It may be that since the others were so big and I had to take the cover off they didn't stay moist enough. So not counting those...germination is nearly 100%. Even the couple of seeds that fell on the bottom of the tray with no soil of their own sprouted and pushed roots into nearby pods.
Since I have plenty of seeds and am experimenting this year...I think the next bunch of seeds will be started directly outside in the tray and only bring it inside if the weather turns bad. They just seemed to aggressive to be happy at the kitchen table...but I don't mind hardy seeds it was fascinating to see the speed at which they grew!
It is amazing how many seeds can fit in a rather small box. All in easy to open and reclose small Ziploc packages. They recommend storing them in a glass sealed jar in the fridge.
But the packages come only with the seed name on them...you may want to go on the website and see if you can maneuver your way around to understand what is what. For a newbie it is a bit overwhelming. It would help tremendously to have a printed booklet with the seed/planting info and a chart to know when to plant what. I suggested this to them and they said they are looking into it...maybe in the future.
So for now, one star off for not including some planting info with the seeds...but otherwise the set looks to be a very good start and has almost everything that I would like, (berry seeds, like raspberry etc., are not included).
I will try to remember to come back and update after I have tried sprouting some of the seeds.
The seeds have a high germination rate, but certainly not 100% like other reviewers boast. Of the seeds I've tried (All were grown in very rich soil, 5 hrs sun daily, and kept around 70 degrees), here are the germ rates I've experienced:
- Tomatoes (multiple varieties) have been about 95%
- Green beans 90% (although mine got munched by long-tailed skippers a bit)
- Beets hit or miss at about 40%
- Broccoli & Brussels sprouts 20%
- Spinach 10%
Although the seed selection is impressive among the types of tomatoes, root veggies and leafy greens, there is an alarming shortage of most common garden residents...
HERBS: There are NO SEEDS for rosemary, sage, chives, mint, tarragon, oregano, lavender, garlic, ginger, marjoram, catnip, lemon balm, cinnamon, lemongrass... to name a few.
VEGGIES: There are obvious missing such as leeks, artichokes, rhubarb, edamame, and there is only one kind of spinach and only one kind of corn!
FRUITS: Although most grow on trees or vines, the only fruits in this "variety pack" are melons and watermelons - omitting easy garden favorites like strawberries, passion vine, even tomatillos, etc. And it would be awesome if they included a few seed for berries or citrus.
For what IS included, these seeds are well packed, have a good germination rate and are worth buying for the variety alone. However, I did expect to see at least the most common herbs included so for that combined with mixed results on germ rates, I dock a star. I would still recommend them, just plant more than you want and plan on having to buy your herbs in addition to this variety pack.
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That you also get a few different types on each variety.