Survival Garden 15, 000 Non GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack by Open Seed Vault : Garden & Outdoor

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32 Varieties of All Natural Vegetable Seeds: Non hybrid, Non gmo, Heirloom

100% Naturally Grown and Open Pollinated seeds with high Germination Rate

Vegetable Growing and Seed Harvesting Guide Included with Seeds Tested for Maximum Germination and Yield.

USA Seeds Stored in Air Tight, Moisture Proof Resealable Bag for Safer, Long Term Storage

Carefully Selected Seed and Vegetable Varieties to Provide a Well Balanced Healthy Diet.


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10 reviews for Survival Garden 15, 000 Non GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack by Open Seed Vault : Garden & Outdoor

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  1. RachelM

    I thought that seeds usually had a 50/50 survival rate? Every seed in this packet grew a plant!!! This was my second garden ever, and half of it, I did from seed (my first year was all store-bought plants). SO MANY VEGETABLES. I will buy this again next year and save it as an emergency pack (as intended). I definitely will continue doing business with this company.

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  2. Laurinka1111

    I was looking to save some money on seeds this year, and this product seemed like a great choice. Out of the 30 seed packets provided, i will not be using maybe like 3 or 4, so great value on this. Some people complain that they didn’t get all 30 pouches, but i counted and received all of them. So even if i were to buy 20 of these at $2 each per packet in store, i’m already saving lots of money here.I do not care if i got 11,000 or 9,000+ seeds, but this kit includes all the necessary seeds you might need for starting your garden. We rent a small patch in community garden, so this is a great way to go, because i get more variety of produce than i would if i was buying all seed packets separately. And sometimes you don’t necessarily need to use a whole packet anyways, so this is a great amount in each variety.I’m looking forward to starting my garden again this year, first couple months are always the most exciting, to watch everything grow – and i will be trying some new veggies this year, thanks to this kit. For example, i have never grown Okra, so i will give it a try. There are also a few seeds of corn, which is perfect for my small garden, i don’t need to many because of smaller space.The actual physical size fo the kit is rather small, but people were commenting about it before, so i wasn’t too surprised. I wish i could re-seal the package (individual packages inside are zip-lock kind, so that’s good), but the main holding apckage doesn’t re-seal. I do want to keep it though because it has the list of seeds on it, so i just put it into zip lock to keep from getting any moisture or dust on it before i use it. (Or better yet, stop from getting scattered all around my drawer where i store it).So i recommend this kit to any small time gardener. It’s supposed to be high-pollinated and high-yield produce, but i can’t imagine it would benefit someone with big garden. It doesn’t seem like there is too many seeds for any major planting. There is sure tons of seeds of lettuce and radish, but only like 10pcs of corn, sunflower or pumpkin. So plan wisely, and good luck!

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  3. red man10

    Great product grows well want to order more but the price has went from 13.95 to 59.00 ridiculous

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  4. polar

    I wanted a supply of heirloom seeds for my bugout bag and have had trouble finding seeds I could count on. I have tried seeds from several different companies but, have experienced germination problems with every company, some severe. I came across SURVIVAL GARDEN seeds from Open Seed Vault. It sounded gimmicky to me but what the hell. I was willing to try them out in a fall garden (not difficult in S. Tx). I could hardly believe my eyes. I tried 6 different varieties and every single seed germinated! I’ve never even had hybrid seeds perform that well. You can do what you like but, I’m ordering more of these. *I did not get paid for this review…no money, no seeds, nothing!

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  5. ElizaBeth

    I wanted to wait untill I got these up and going. Holy moly these seeds produced. I had to thin out my garden because too many seeds we’re successful. I have huge sunflowers growing along my fence. 2 cantaloupe plants that are kicking out the fruit. The okra went crazy and was my first harvest. Cucumber is doing wonderful. Eggplants are starting to fruit. Zucchini held up nicely even after I took it from the garden to the yard. Carrots and radish are still cooking and the peas are almost ready. Super pleased with the seeds. I planted other ones from another company and haven’t had crap. I’ll be purchasing this again next year and I’ll add the herb pack too since the ones I got were a waste.

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  6. G. Stevens

    For those of you shopping for this during the COVID-19 period, watch the price on this item. I see it is currently going for over $54, for what is really a small collection of seeds. The package is nice, and I’ve had no problems with the varieties or germination, but you only get a small quantity of each type of seed. For reference, I paid $15.95 for this package in August 2019. I feel it is a good value at that price, but an absolute rip-off at anything over $25.

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  7. judy geerts

    Wow. Guys. This is amazing. This packet of seeds is truly a Survival Garden. Here’s my story: January, 2017 I ordered these seeds as a gift for my good friend who lives on Dominica, a small island in the Caribbean. She was homesteading, had purchased some land in Dominica, and was going to have a baby and start a garden. Fast forward to September, 2017. Dominica was shattered by Category 5 Hurricane Maria. My friend’s home–destroyed. Dominica’s infrastructure and vegetation–destroyed.BUT she had the packet of Survival Garden seeds. And from those seeds she’s been able to grow enough food to feed her family–AND give away seeds to her friends and other family on the island.THANK YOU SURVIVAL GARDEN seeds for helping my island friend’s family survive Hurricane Maria.

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  8. Apprentice Urban Farmer

    I lost the seed grow guide that was included, but it seems that the lettuces are sprouting nicely.

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  9. A.Mata

    Smaller than I thought but it’s still plenty for what we need. We started the eggplant, bell peppers, tomatoes, and celery in a mini green house seed starting kit and everything is sprouting (we’re still waiting on the bell peppers and the others have tiny sprouts you can’t see well in the photos) the tomatoes are growing super fast! Excited for spring so I can plant more!

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  10. Kindle Customer

    I just wanted survival seeds that germinate and grow. Excellent germination rate.Late last year, prior to the current apocalypse, I’d planned to plant these using the STUN method, strategic, total, utter neglect, testing different approaches. The squash seedlings proved far too tasty for the fall onslaught of birds, squirrels, rabbits and raccoons to ignore, the results are still pretty amazing. Some of the dwarf siberian kale and mustard greens even survived the winter, providing me a crop right now.With the STUN method, I used no prep, no weeding, planted in the “wrong” place, and got a small crop anyway from these amazing seeds. And believe it or not, that’s exactly what I expected to happen. The next step is to let these go to seed (already in progress) and harvest their survivor genetics, getting a crop perfectly tailored to my wrong environment and neglectful practices.I also tested germinating these and some 25 year-old seeds in a bag of the cheapest, store-bought mystery potting soil. Everything came up in neat little rows. The germination rates were at least as good as advertised. The transplanted corn grew. (But not much. They were planted in September in Seattle. Not nearly enough time to grow.) I also have a suspiciously large patch of onions growing like weeds all winter. Which is neat, because I never have enough onions. I didn’t even “plant” them. I just scattered them around a few places and then totally forgot about them. Nice. Turns out Jesus was right about that.If you’re doing it for survival, especially given the yield I ended up with, I would suggest buying at least 3 to 5 packages if you can, and being much more intelligent and diligent about when you plant them, using compost, controlling the pests with Irish spring and similar tricks, giving the pests something else to eat to keep them busy while your plants get started to really give these seeds the best opportunity.The corn and sunflowers were seeded much too late in the year, but did grow anyway. As it is, I’ve already gotten much more than my money’s worth from one pack of seeds, and I’ve only used about 20% of the package I bought.These are highly recommended. I’m looking forward to buying these again soon because it’s still by far the cheapest, easiest way to replenish all the sunflowers, squash and corn I used up. I’m sold. Virtually every seed sprouted. I’m happy with everything I planted. Got compliments on my porch full of little seedlings.I don’t know how it all tastes, but I’m told the flavor comes from a combination of good genes and being raising well. May have to update this when I know more.From a prior purchase of similar seeds germinated last year, I know the shelf life is easily 25 years or more if stored properly.Everything I planted germinated. With any more care (less culling and more weeding), I could have gotten a pretty big crop. All told, minimum total investment was less than $30. Less than a bag of groceries.But do I have a bag of groceries worth of produce? Yes. Easily. Despite using the STUN method and only one bag of potting soil, despite using 20% of the seeds, despite planting in the fall and only waiting until April, despite the cold, gloomy winter, despite being forced to stay indoors by the government, I can still fill up a bag with at least $30 worth of fresh, pesticide-free, herbacide-free onions, kale, mustard greens. And I still would have had enough seeds left over to Johnny Appleseed these throughout all my neighbor’s yards.It’s a no-brainer, IMO. Just look at the other reviews and see. And the instructions. Yes. Those are helpful. Took a look through them and studiously ignored them all. But if you’re trying to grow food this year, I’d pay closer attention to those, which were simple, clear, and helpful. (Doesn’t tell you how to trap squirrels, though.)I’m also looking forward to getting the medicinal herb pack from these guys. A bit higher price per variety, but still a screaming good deal. My brother (the real survival gardener of the family) planted a couple herbs that happily took over the yard for more than 10 years, managed by nothing but a string trimmer, that were reasonably well-behaved. I’d have to a little clueless not to make that kind of investment again. Put simply, even a badly neglected garden gives you rates of return you’ll never see on the stock market.

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