The eighteen heirloom varieties that are included in this Super Survival
Pack will not cross-pollinate in your garden. This will enable you to save
seeds from year to year. There are over 5,500 open-pollinated seeds plus a
pint each of Hulless Oats and Winter Rye.
A selection of harvest from the Super Survival Pack
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"I wanted to let you know I LOVE the quality of seeds I received from you, Probably the best germination I have seen, everything is great. Been gardening for most of my life and the high quality seeds from you guys is bar none the best investment I have made in the garden, It is enough to get a solid large garden going for not very much money, I will be recommending it to all my family friends and clients."
"Hi Nan, I bought your seeds a few years ago and then did not use them because of a time out from gardening. But now we are getting up and going again, and I realized that I always brought you up in conversation over the last 4 years bragging about your way of doing things... how you were the only folks who seemed to have a practical handle on the big picture. I thought I would tell you that... that I have just always been intrigued by your system. I will be pulling out your seeds, so that is going to be fun!"
"Love the Colossal Seed Pack I got from you. Still can not believe I got that many seeds at such a remarkable price. Thanks again, God Bless and keep it up. I will be referring anyone who comes to me looking for high quality survival seeds."
Our gallery of 1056 photos with captions show many of the things
we do on our small farm. Unless otherwise noted, all of the photos were
taken at our farm.
We have 78 short articles describing a wide range of the
things we do on our farm. Recipes are included for preparing home grown
foods. We have related links at the ends of articles, as well as a separate
links page to help you find information quickly,
and locate sources for the products we use.
Preventing Starvation; What to Grow, What to Eat.
Our Flint Indian Corn
Harvesting Indian Corn
Four Pounds of Seed = A 1/6 Acre Garden!
Check out our YouTube Channel for informational videos about the goings on at the Seed for Security homestead.