Save Seeds from this year to plant next year. FOREVER!
or store it for YEARS! (7+)
Non-hybrid seeds are becoming scarce as you read this.
A NOTE ABOUT OUR VARIETIES
You will notice that we are VERY PARTICULAR in our cholce and counts of varieties. We provide a LOT of leafy greens (over 1 acre) because these varieties allow you to begin harvesting and eating within 20 days of planting. Absolutely necessary for a survival garden. So, for example, if you had a “survival” seed pack made mostly of tomatoes, this could be disastrous since tomatoes take the longest of any vegetable to produce food (months). Our seed specialists choose your varieties with planning and experience, so you can rest assured your family will be cared for.
The Original Survival Seed Vault™ is moisture-reduced for long term storage according to USDA developed methods. Twice the shelf life of other “patriot” seeds.
Cost just pennies per pound
Freshest seeds from this years harvest
The Original Survival Seed Vault ™ and other Seed Packs from Heirloom Organics are prepared for long term storage, stored in resealable pails and shipped within 3 days of your order.
The Original Survival Seed Vault series has 20% more seed and twice shelf-life of other "patriot" seeds. From ONLY $27.90 FREE Shipping on qualified orders
All in all, not a bad selection of “finest heirloom seeds” which would allow you to grow a hearty and robust survival garden in crisis. My Patriot Supply offers a nice assortment of seeds, but this seed vault is in my opinion marketed toward less experienced gardeners, and not really suited for preppers, or to be used as the only food source for your family. When I planted the seed from this seed vault, most of the seed sprouted – I don’t know the exact percentage of seeds that did or did not sprout, but most of them sprouted and plants produced nice crops during the summer. However, I would like to see bigger quantities of each seeds, and the fact that there is only one variety of each vegetable doesn’t make me happy. I would gladly give up some seeds from this mix (like Cantaloupe, Radish and Watermelon) in exchange for more tomato varieties, maybe some potatoes, root crops and other highly nutrition vegetables.
When I ordered this Survival Seed Vault, it came in an coffee type can, completely sealed like a can of soup. There is a plastic lid on top, which is very useful because it can be resealed after opening it. All seeds are 100% heirloom non GMO seeds which means they can be harvested and replanted next year, and are packed in triple-layered seed packets which are resealable and reusable (like ziplock bags), which is quite important feature. These little mylar bags are labeled with the seed name, weight, seed amount and germination percent. With the seed vault you get a step-by-step instructions on planting and harvesting seeds (6 pages) , which is a nice touch.
Quantity: 30,000 seeds
Variety: 22 varieties of Open Pollinated Heirloom Seeds
Probably the best known survival seed bank on the market. Read the review and find out if it deserves that status..
Price: $149 Read More about “Review: Survival Seed Bank” …
This Survival Seed Vault is one of the cheapest on the market, but if you only have a small backyard garden (or even quarter of a acre) I feel this isn’t the right choice for you. When planting a survival garden, it is important to consider how much space the plants take up, the calories it contains and how well the crop can be stored. With that in mind, it seems that this mix is not the most efficient use of your energy, time and garden space. Also, I’m not convinced that the metal container is the right choice for long term storage, as it could be affected by rust. I am not knocking this seed mix for its value or quality of vegetable varieties, I’m only criticizing its value as a seed survival kit.
Quantity: 55,000 seeds
Variety: 30 varieties of non hybrid vegetable seeds
Heirloom Organics Non-Hybrid Seed Packs are sustainable choice for home, homestead and professional gardeners, offering most seeds you can get for your money.
Price: from $99
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If your plan is to buy this survival seed vault for planting, go ahead, but for long term storage, look for other seed banks.
Quantity: 37.000+ seeds
Variety: 33 varieties of Open Pollinated Heirloom Seeds
When it comes to quality of seeds, and price-to-quality ratio, Emergency Seed Banks are right up there with the very best on the market! Read the review and learn why..
Price: from $72,95 Read More about “Review: Emergency Seed Banks” …
Blue Lake Bush Bean (over 150 seeds)
California Wonder Bell 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 Sweet 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 Cauliflower (over 285 seeds)
Black beauty Zucchini (over 50 seeds)
Crimson Sweet Watermelon (over 60 seeds)
Variety: 20 varieties of hardy heirloom survival seeds
One of the cheapest survival vaults on the market. Very suitable for planting a survival garden, but for long term storage it may not be the best choice. Read More about “Review: My Patriot Supply Survival Seed Vault” …
Survival Seed Vault designed by MyPatriotSupply features only the finest survival heirloom seeds for a robust survival garden.