37 Varieties Non-Hybrid Vegetable Seeds


                   37 Varieties of Non Hybrid Seeds Packed in a Heat Sealed Mylar Bag.

         When a Disaster Strikes, Will you be Ready?

Know Exactly What You Are Getting!!

Tomato: Beefsteak

90 days. Deep, oblate fruits are very large, solid, and meaty with small seed cavities. A great slicer. 75+ Survival Seeds.

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Cucumber: Armenian Yard-Long

68 days. Mild flavored, light green fruits can grow to enormous lengths, but are best when harvested at 5 to 7 inches. 50+ Survival Seeds.

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Broccoli: Waltham 29

85 days. Short 24 inch plant produces medium-large heads. Withstands cold well. Best as fall cropper. 50+ Survival Seeds.

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Spinach: Bloomsdale Long Standing

45 days. Heavy, glossy, dark green leaves are heavily savoyed and crumpled. Slow to bolt. 50+ Survival eeds.

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Pinto Beans

90 days. These dried beans are beige with brown streaks, but they turn a uniform brown when cooked. The classic bean for refried beans, and a favorite ’pot’ bean that pairs well with pork or beef. 25+ Survival Seeds.

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Jalapeno Tam

67 days. The flavor of a regular jalapeno without as much bite. Fruits are tapered with a blunt end, 2½ inches long. Plants are not as large as standard jalapeno. 50+ Survival Seeds.


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Green Pepper: Yolo Wonder

75 days. Large 4½ by 4 inch, 3 to 4 lobed, glossy peppers on large, sturdy plants. Good foliage cover. Resistant to Tobacco Mosaic Virus.
50 + Survival Seeds.

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Squash: Summer Crookneck

55 days. Bumpy, yellow, meaty fruits are 5 to 6 inches long. Slender curved neck. Holds and ships well. Excellent eating quality. continuous yield. 50+ Survival Seeds.

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Okra: Clemson Spineless

55 days. 6 inch, slightly tapered and ribbed pods on 3 ft. plant. Protect from frost. Best when picked young. Fine quality and prolific. 50+  Survival Seeds.

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Cauilflower: Snowball

65 days. 5 to 6 inch, smooth heads. Well adapted for short season areas.50+ Survival Seeds.

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Blackeyed Peas

Blackeyed Peas are in the  legume family, which is actually a bean and not a pea, produces a very nutritious crop of seeds that can be shelled and eaten fresh, processed in the green stage or allowed to dry on the vine for a dried product. 25+ Survival Seeds.

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Romaine: Cimmarron

65 days. This charming heirloom romaine produces a ten to twelve inch, deep-red head with good flavor and a crisp tender texture. 150+ Survival Seeds.

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Onion: Red Burgundy

170 days. Short-day type. 3 to 4 inch globe with dark red skin. Soft white flesh with red rings is very mild and sweet. Good for fresh use. Good Pink Root tolerance. 50+ Survival Seeds.

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Beans: Black Beans

 90 days.  Bush variety bean are heat resistant, a good disease tolerance. 25+ Survival Seeds.

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Beans: Kidney Beans

90-100 days. A reliable, heavy yielding variety. A good choice for baking, soup or chili. A very popular bean for Mexican cuisine.
25+ Survival Seeds.

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Brussel Sprouts: Long Island

90 days. 1 inch closely packed sprouts, on 24 inch plant. Heavy set of firm sprouts over a long season. Good freezer. 50+ Survival Seeds.

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Eggplant: Black Beauty

80 days. Fruits are a deep-purple, egg-shaped globe about 6 by 5 inches. Flesh is smooth, creamy and pale yellow. 50+Survival Seeds.

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Green Beans: Top Crop

54 days AAS Winner. A USDA release that is widely adapted. Round 5½ to 6 inch, stringless pods. Consistent high yields.25+Survival Seeds.

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Carrots: Imperator 58

70 days. Coreless type good for canning, juicing or eating raw. Deep orange flesh won’t fade during cooking. 10 inches long by 1 1/2 inches wide, tapered at the ends with purple-tinged leaves. 150+Survival  Seeds.

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Beets: Detroit Dark Red

60 days.The most popular beet on the market. The 2½ to 3 inch, globe shaped roots are tender and sweet. 50+ Survival Seeds.

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Red Cabbage: Red Acre

76 days. Small, compact plants on short stems produce round, reddish-purple heads ranging from 5 in. to 7 in. in diameter, weighing about 3 lbs. ’Red Acre’ adds a festive color to cole slaw. An excellent storage variety with resistance to cabbage yellow. 50+ Survival Seeds.

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Beans: Lima Henderson

67 days. Bush lima will produce plump pods filled with 3 to 4 white seeds even into the heat of summer. Good for canning or freezing. 25+ Survival Seeds.


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Green Cabbage: Golden Acre

65 days.A slow bolting, vigorous, early cabbage with 5 to 6 inch round head. Mild flavor. Yellows resistant. 50+ Survival Seeds.

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 Radish Cherry Belle

23 days. AAS Winner. Bright cherry red, round to globe-shaped. Flesh is crystal white, crisp, and mild, with short tops. 50+ Survival Seeds.
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Turnip: Seven Top

Grown for its dark green, tender 16-22 inch tops. Turnip greens are tasty when steamed, stir-fried, or used in salads. The seeds can also be used for sprouts.150+ Survival Seeds. 

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These delicate leaves have a mild onion flavor perfect for salads, vegetables, egg dishes and soups. The cloverlike purple flowers appear in the spring - they are edible and make a colorful and flavorful addition to salads. 50+ Survival Seeds.

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Lettuce: Salad Bowl

45 days. AAS Winner. Loose leaf type. Large, deeply notched and frilled leaves. Tender and sweet even when the heat sets in. Very slow to bolt. 150+ Survival Seeds.

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Rutabaga: American Purple Top

90 days. Large 5-6" roots are purple & yellow colored, nearly round. Flesh is yellow, mild, & fine grained.150+ Survival Seeds.

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 Celery: Utah

100 days. 11 to 12 inch, dark green stalks. Good heart development and strong roots. Widely adapted. 1,000 Survival Seeds.


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Tomatoe: Roma

76 days. Vigorous vines. Excellent yields of bright red, medium-small, pear shaped fruits. Popular for eatting raw, cooking, canning, & paste. 75+ Survival Seeds.

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Lettuce: Oakleaf

40 days.Tender, medium-green, oak shaped leaves on compact, slow-to-bolt plant. 150+ Survival Seeds.

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85 days. Escarole type. Broad, slightly twisted outer leaves form around 12 to 16 inch, tight-packed heads. Very deep heart is well blanched, creamy-white, and buttery. 150+ Survival Seeds.
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Swiss Chard

50 to 60 days. Broad, dark-green, heavily crumpled leaves with white veins. Leaves are 24-28 inch with2½ inch thick white stalks. Abundant crops all season and even after the first light frosts. 50+ Survival Seeds.

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Carrot: Nantes

95 days. Fine flavor and attractive appearance make this 5½-6 inches long cylindrical carrot our most popular. Sweet, plump, and coreless.
150+ Survival Seeds.
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Basil: Italian Large Leaf

Traditional herb common to the old world. Use in anything containing tomatoes or tomato sauce, also for meats, fish and vegetables. Easy to grow. Ht. 24 in. 200+ Survival Seeds.


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Parsley: Dark Green Italian Flat-leaf

72 days. The flat leaf parsley has a stronger flavor then the curled varieties, an is generally preferred for cooking. Broad, dark green leaves may be cut repeatedly. Used fresh or dried. Ht. 6-8 in.

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Dill Bouquet

65 days. 3 ft. plant with strongly aromatic foliage, stems, and heads. Good for dillweed and for seeds. Good for pickling.



Each variety of seed is package in a labeled with Germ. Rate and Date Tested, and than Heat Sealed in a Food Grade Mylar  Bag. This method of packaging will protect the seeds viability for up to 20 years in a freezer and 15 years in controlled environment. Mylar bags are like putting the seeds in a big flexible can, protecting them from harmful moisture and light. These are all Non-Hybrid seeds, you CAN'T buy these at Walmart or Home Depot!! 

 Remember: When a disaster strikes the time to prepare is GONE!!

Planting and Harvesting Instructions for each seed is Included. Plus as a Bonus, a Step by Step Instructions guide on how to collect new viable seeds from your plants, thus providing a NEVER ending food supply of Non-Hybrid first quality seeds for generations to come!!!  




37 Variety Heirloom Vegetable Seeds
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