Survival Seeds Are The Way to Go

Survival Seeds Will Keep Your Garden Growing for Years to Come


If you are planning a garden for either this year or next, and are thinkingSurvival Gardening then you are the right track.


Let’s face it.

If the stories we are reading and listening to on the news, about what’s happening with the world’s food supply are even HALF right, we’ve got real problems and they aren’t going to go away quickly.

According to many survivalists there is a day coming, and MUCH sooner than most people think where the only food we will have access to is what we can either grow or kill, unless we have some sort of food storage plan going now.






Food Crisis Coming?

Here are a couple stories that we ran across awhile back:


    • WorldNet Daily cites strong evidence that some government agencies are stockpiling huge amounts of canned food.
    • Jim Randas, former U.S. Intelligence officer, appeared on ABC telling Americans to start stockpiling food.
    • Grocery store prices are rising faster than any time in U.S. history.
    • Worldwide grain stocks are dropping precipitously as bio-fuels consume inventories… and on and on and onsurvival-seeds


As things progress such as tsunamis, hurricanes, economic melt-downs, etc, one of the main things it will affect and already has, is our food supply.

More and more families are buying “ survival seeds for gardening” and they may well be among the wiser of us.

When we are planning a regular garden, we can just grab a seed catalogue and start ordering seeds and plan our gardens….However if you need seeds to last for years, then it takes on a whole new meaning and actually a whole new dimension for our search.



It can be difficult to find high quality, open pollinated seeds which is what we need to be able to start survival gardening. 
You want seeds that can be harvested year after year to plant new gardens. Survival Seed Bank has a very nice assortment of heirloom seeds in a package deal.

Could I…?

A few sobering questions we need to ask ourselves are:

  • Could I and my family live off the grid and survive if there was a melt-down?
  • Do we have enough seeds to plant a survival garden and feed our family?
  • Do we have the right kind of seeds to plant?
  • Do we have a garden spot picked out at least if we are not gardening this year?


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Storing Your Non Hybrid Seeds
I like to store any harvested seeds in a cool dry place until the next year. I used to store them in a freezer but I read recently that freezing them can stunt pollination so I don’t do that anymore!When it is time to plant, simply sprinkle a few seeds into a damp paper towel and stick into a plastic zip lock bag until they sprout.That way there is no guess work as to how many seeds will come up for you! You will know whether or not your seeds were good ones or not.
Just make sure when you purchase your survival gardening seeds that they are actually non-hybrid, open pollinated seeds as those are the only ones that will grow year after year.