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A "Lifeline Package"

Grow over 40,000 lbs of food for less than a penny a pound!

This package includes just about all the food you could possibly want! We are offering over 40,000 lbs worth of food you can grow out yourself, save for next year, or sell to the markets! We have painstakingly taken into account your diet and created a package that includes tomatoes for fresh eating as well as canning, high nutrient greens and root vegetables, melons for the sweet tooth, pumpkins and squash for storing high-value produce over the winter, high calorie fats and grains, as well as important herbs that are essential to any homestead or off the grid household.

Grow the tastiest and most nutritious veggies you've ever eaten!

According to independent studies of fruits and vegetables over the last twenty years, their nutritional content has declined by more than thirty percent!

And on top of that, "commercial" agriculture, which was supposed to be the savior of the hungry world, food prices have nearly doubled! How's that for food economics!

The food you grow in your own organic garden is going to have more nutrition and minerals than anything found in the supermarket.

So not only are you saving money by growing the food yourself, securing your future by growing open pollinated varieties, you're also going to be putting more vitamins and minerals in with every bite than you could possibly do from store-bought food!

In the animal world, farmers will feed their cows and other animals "food" but it's laced with minerals and vitamins - the same we have to do today with our one-a-days!

How about just eating good, healthy, nutritious food? Now you can!

In order to give you the "lifeline garden" you need, not only have we have saved and produced seed ourselves, we have also gone out and found the highest quality seed sources so that you can have the best, most productive, and comprehensive garden for an all-around diet you can grow yourself.

These amazing seeds are all non-hybrid "open pollinated" varieties. Even though we've got extremely short supply of seeds this year, we've set aside some especially for these homestead packages. Once these are sold, we'll be out until next year - this year's seed companies have sold out of their seeds in record time from concerned people just like you!

These high quality non-hybrid, non-gmo seeds aren't from the "seed floor sweepings" as some other companies will try and sell to you. Nope, these are great producing, high quality, hard to beat seeds that will grow you quality, nutritious, safe food for your family.

You might not know the seed business, but we do - and trust us, there's some seed on the market that's not very good! The seeds sometimes don't germinate (grow up), the seed isn't "true to type" (meaning it might say it's a red tomato, but you could get all green ones!), and sometimes the packages hardly have any seed in them at all!

How are you going to feed your family with a pin-head's worth of seed? You can't!

We've chosen some of our best seeds and given you a huge amount of them - way more than enough for you to feed a family of four!

 

High Quality Seed Requirements

Folks, we're a seed company - we care about quality seed and vegetables. We also have to, by law, test our seeds and make sure we're giving high quality seed to our customers! We're not in this to scare you into buying this product. We're not trying to make a fortune. We want to provide a great product at a reasonable cost. Even if you go to our website and checkout the regular seed packages, we're probably the LOWEST price you'll find (if you can find it available still)! We also ALWAYS put more seed in the package than we have to! We want you to be a happy customer!

FamilyGardeningBUT we also want you to be HEALTHY! That's why we're doing what NO OTHER COMPANY does! We include a balanced seed selection here. Other companies sell you a "survival kit" of seed that mostly includes inexpensive beans! One company out there has just about half (of the only 20 kinds) of seed included is beans! We're not doing that. We have put together more than 45 different vegetables, grains, and herbs for your health and nutrition

We include leafy greens, tomatoes, grains, corn, beans, root vegetables, sunflowers for your own oil, and herbs for health and flavoring! Where else out there can you get such a great combination!?!?

Because we're a seed company, we can afford to offer the variety and quantity of seed we're giving you. We're passing along our savings to you!

 

Feed Your Family Within ONE YEAR

I'm sure you've heard about "Crisis Gardens" or "Survival Gardens" or "Survival Seeds". This package isn't that. We're not selling you seeds to be afraid! We're selling you enough seeds with enough variety that you will be feeding your family within one year.

The seeds in this package will give you over 40,000 pounds of food! This is no "toy" seed package. This is a real - honest-to-goodness backyard farm we're offering here! Many people won't even have the space to plant all the seeds in this package! Frankly we think that's a good thing - as any good farmer will tell you - "ya don't plant 100% of your seeds - save some back for next year!"

 

Shelf Life

The shelf life of the seeds varies based on the individual seeds. Onions and Carrots are the earliest at 2 years under usual storage conditions. If stored in a refrigerator the shelf life could be extended possibly to 4-5 years. The other seeds vary from 3-7 years under normal conditions, allowing for much longer if kept in a refrigerator. Freezing is problematic as the seeds if not properly dried can be killed through the freezing process - refrigeration is a better bet.

No need to buy seed next year!

But what else we're offering that NO OTHER COMPANY offers is the ability to save your seed from these veggies! We want you to be self-sufficient! We don't want you to buy these same seeds again!

Yes, we said that - we don't want you to buy these same seeds again!

We want you to save the seed from these guys!

We offer along with the seeds, an industry must-have, "Seed to Seed" by Suzanne Ashworth. This is a must-have for homesteaders who want to save their own seed. It tells you how to do it, what to do, when to do it, and how to keep doing it over and over, year after year!

 

It's about food security - right in your backyard!

This isn't about fear, folks! Some of our competitors push the fear envelope! We're not doing that. Yes, this is a great security seed bank. It's about putting the food production and security back in your hands! We feel that food production has gone WAY beyond the borders of people's awareness. Our children don't even know how a plant grows, let alone a hamburger! We want to teach our young people how they get their food and to give them a healthier life by producing and growing their own food.

What you'll be getting is a package of seeds that has detailed growing information on each package. These packages are sealed in two (yes TWO) secure air-tight cans that are moisture and rodent proof. Providing you store these in cool (even temperatures - no swings), they will last at least 3-5 years. But these packages are a guaranteed healthier way of eating. They are a guaranteed cheaper way of eating! This package is designed to be used and abused!

 

Feel better, be healthier - the side effects of gardening!

I'm not going to sugar-coat it like others try and do. Gardening will have it's side effects! You'll get stronger muscles, better food, healthier joints and bones, better posture, a good tan, and yep...you'll sweat a bit! It'll take some work, but boy will that work pay off! You'll feel more energized than you have in years! And what better way of family bonding! Teaching the kids the importance and amazing wonder of life! Imagine seeing your childs eyes light up when they realize they "created" life when they first see the seedlings come up from seeds THEY PLANTED!

 

What you get:

$350 Worth of Seeds for Only $249: For LESS than a penny a pound you get more than 40,000 lbs of food! How much do veggies runyou at the store? At least $1 a pound right? Well that's a value ofover $40,000 - more than $350 worth of seed - for only $249!

Seed Saving "How-to" Book: You're getting so much in this package it's hard to list it all! But on top of the seeds, you're getting instructions on every seed package telling you how to grow that seed. You're also getting an amazing book that will tell you how to keep and save that seed. AND you're getting a safe and secure way to store that seed until you use it!

Secure Storage Too! Overall you're getting a tremendous value! The seeds alone we're giving you if purchased separately would run you over $375. The book's another $26, the secure storage cans are another $20 - all together, over $400! Your price is only $249! That's a savings of over $150!

 

I know you always hear "order now - supplies are limited." Well, in this case it's true! We are only able to produce and/or buy seed about once a year, so when supplies run out, they're gone! And with the economy the way it is, who knows how reliable seeds will be next year?

My suggestion to you is this: if you want to feed yourself and/or your family from food you've grown, this package is the way to go! Others claim they can feed you for years, or provide thousands of pounds of food, but the claims just don't add up!

Ours does! 40,000 lbs of food, $249....it's a no brainer!

Order now while supplies are available!

 

What you'll be getting is these amazing seeds - and much more!

 

*Substitutions to the following list may be made depending on seed availability.

Variety and # of seeds
Tomatoes
Roma Tomato 200 seeds

Determinate. Famous pear shaped fruits that bring to life any Italian dish. Roma are noted for the juicy paste and few seeds that come from this time tested tomato. Roma is a mid-season crop that ripens within a 2-3 weeks period for an easy harvest.

Rutgers Tomato 200 seeds
Developed for Campbell's Soup Company in the 30's, has strong determinant plants with big leaves and firm meaty bright-red med-sized globes. Known to set fruit under a wide range of conditions making Rutgers a great all purpose tomato. Excellent slicer or canning tomato.
Greens
Oakleaf Lettuce 4 grams
Introduced around the 1880s. Some say earlier...Oak leaf lettuce has attractive red and autumn shades that surely please the eye. It won't let your taste buds down either with it's fresh, crisp leaves that are about 10-12".
Bloomsdale Spinach 8 grams
Introduced around 1925, Bloomsdale is by far the most popular and widely available open pollinated spinach. Glossy, dark green savoyed leaves are sweet, tender, fleshy and have a rich flavor. Bloomsdale spinach stands well in warm weather without bolting.
Premiere Kale 4 grams
An early variety of kale that produces copious amounts of intense green leaves. Plant in the fall to over-winter Premier keeping the plant compact. This will result in a higher spring production and resist bolting 3-4 weeks longer.
Copenhagen Market Cabbage 4 grams
An early ball-head type heirloom cabbage, Copenhagen Market is an excellent cabbage that has been an favorite of gardeners, market growers and cabbage fans all over the world. Produces a heavy yield of 4 to 5 pound, 7 inch round heads of cabbage. This tight, well formed head allows the gardener to get far more cabbages in a small space compared to other varieties. An excellent cabbage for fresh or cooked applications. Many use Copenhagen Market for a tasty sauerkraut.
Lucullus Chard 6 grams
Introduced in 1914, Lucullus Chard grows as large as rhubarb, the white midrib is very broad and heavy, and the leaf is heavily crumpled or "Savoyed." The midrib and leaf are each cooked as separate vegetables; the midrib is compared to asparagus, while the leaf is used as a substitute for spinach. This plant is also used extensively by anyone who raises chickens with experiments proving it to be excellent poultry, hog and dairy cattle food.
Market Crops
Clemson Spineless Okra 2 grams
I'm sure you heard Grandpa or Grandma talk about Clemson Spineless if you live down south. Well, this is an improvement on that same tasty okra. Clemson Spineless 80 has longer pods, a more open form and LESS prickly spines. Ever so important when harvesting okra. Clemson Spineless 80 produces earlier than many okra varieties and can have some real heavy yields. Pods are tastiest around 3".
Snowball Cauliflower 1 gram
Tasty snow white 6", dense, heavy, heads are tucked away amongst silvery-green leaves. A self blanching variety as the leaves curl around heads protecting them from sun. Excellent for home or market use. Well adapted to short season areas.
Calabrese Sprouting Broccoli 1 gram
This is the mainstay of our gardens. Our strain of Calabrese is VERY frost tolerant. As I type this four days after Christmas and nine days after a week long ice storm WE STILL HAVE BROCCOLI. The hybrid broccoli froze solid. Start it early in the season and by early summer you will have tons of sweet broccoli. Harvest the central head then lay the plant over on its side for an explosion of side shoots that will just keep coming till the heat of summer. If you are in a relatively cool area as we are, plants may continue to produce for 6 months or longer. We don't plant a fall crop we just keep this one crop trimmed and enjoy the rewards. You just can't beat Calabrese.
Lemon Cucumber 2 grams
Introduced in 1894, Lemon Cucumbers are yummy little striped round balls of sunshine goodness! Almost sweet and have none of the unpleasant belching afterward that other cucumbers can have. Eat them straight out of the garden, or slice them for sandwiches. Lemon cucumbers are crunchy, non bitter skin and about the size of a tennis ball. Quite prolific and at least here in our gardens don't seem to be bothered by much. We refrigerator pickle them so there was no surprise when I read the descriptions below that said Lemon was used to my pickles.

National Pickling Cucumber 2 grams
National Pickling is a highly developed pickling strain that bears heavy over a long season. Fruits weigh 1 ¼ pounds, crispy, dark green, symmetrical, thin skinned, square ended and perfect for pickles. Considered such Pickle Perfection is endorsed by National Pickle Packers Assn. HEY...say that fast 3 times...Pickle Packers Perfect Pickle! OK, so I'm a dork, but I'm having fun!
Tokyo White Bunching Onion 4 grams
As the name implies, Tokyo is a Japanese heirloom. Tokyo has an abundant bunching onion that looks just like what you would get from the farmers market. I remember my mother and her mom relishing these onions out of the neighbors garden. They seemed to always be on the dinner table. Tokyo is mildly pungent and very uniform in growth. Use the tops on spuds or saute them with olive oil in your favorite dish. We use them in omelets with some smoked bacon.
Cayenne Pepper 1 gram
This is truly an heirloom as the Cayenne is known to be Pre-Columbian in origin. It is said to be named after the Cayenne River in French Guyana. A hot, zesty and pungent pepper that is 6" long, but only a 1/2" wide. Don't let the size fool you, these kids pack a punch that will put a zing in any dish.
Anaheim Chili Pepper 1 gram
The name "Anaheim" is said to have come about when a farmer named Emilio Ortega brought these seeds to the Anaheim, California, area in the early 1900s. Anaheim Chilies are prolific bearers, of long thin fruits about 6" long. Mildly hot, people use them in roasting, stuffing, stews, sauces or raw. Plants grow 20-30" and bear late in the season.
Hungarian Sweet Wax Pepper 1 gram
Hungarian Wax Peppers are a creamy-yellow translucent color, very similar to the Banana Wax Pepper. However, these two peppers differ in heat, color and size. The Hungarian Wax has a thin skin with a thick flesh due to its immaturity. Picked at an immature stage, the Hungarian Wax Pepper is yellow and has a sweet hot flavor varying from warm to moderately hot. Traditionally pickled or made into yellow mole sauces.
Melons
Green Flesh Honeydew Melon 1 gram
Dating back to the late 1800's this honeydew melon is the standard by which all others are judged. About 3-4 pounds, these jucy melons are extremely sweet and have a wonderful green tinged rind when cut open.
Black Diamond Watermelon 8 grams
Black diamond produces 40# lip licking juicy red melons during the mid season just when you are craving a cool melon the most. Bred to have a tough skin and large leaves to prevent sunburn. This is one drought tolerant melon! The rind is thick enough to tolerate transport but thin enough to make slicing a breeze.
Squash & Pumpkin Crops
Spaghetti Squash 7 grams
A wonderful replacement to traditional pasta, this squash if boiled whole for 30 minutes then cut in half and seeded, can be served with spaghetti sauce and garlic bread! A very nutritious low-carb alternative.
Waltham Butternut Squash 7 grams
26,000 lbs. per acre! The most popular butternut squash. Waltham is more uniform in shape and size, with fewer crooknecks. This butternut has an excellent interior texture and color. Typically grows 8"x4" and can weigh up to 6 lbs. Waltham has a creamy, rich, dry yellow-orange flesh that has a nutty flavor. Vine are extremely vigorous so leave plenty of room for this butternut.
Connecticut Field Pumpkin 6 grams
Introduced prior to 1700 , This pumpkin is one of the oldest field pumpkins in existence. Thought to have been grown by the North American Indians prior to European settlement. Connecticut Field produces nice yields of 15 to 25 lb. globe-shaped deep orange yellow pumpkins. Excellent for making canned pumpkin or baking. Also makes an excellent animal feed. Our chickens love pumpkin and so do the goats. This is an easy way to store nutritious feed through the winter for our critters.
Root Vegetables
Daikon Radish 1 oz
Daikon is a root vegetable reported to have originated in the Mediterranean and brought to China for cultivation around 500 B.C. Roots are large, often 2 to 4 inches in diameter and 6 to 20 inches long. Very easy to grow. The flavor is mild compared to other radishes and looks more like a carrot. The daikon root has a crisp, mild flavor and is excellent fresh in salads. Roots are usually peeled, sliced, grated or diced for soups and stews or they can be boiled whole or dehydrated as strips or diced. Rabbits, goats, cows will enjoy the roots and chickens relish the tops!
Red Mammoth Beet 7 grams
Fodder beets have been around since the 1400s if not earlier. These beets were prized as nutritious animal feed that was easy to store. Fodder beets are hardy, adaptable and palatable. Ideal for planting in late summer for use as a winter and spring crop. They produce an incredible mass of edible beet leaves and a large root up to 20#s or more in size. Prefer deeply tilled free draining sandy soil to achieve full size. Simply allow your animals to graze on the tops, cut the tops for feeding or harvest the root.
Detroit Dark Red Beet 7 grams
This an old time favorite dating back to 1892. Produces 3" round beets perfect for canning or table use. This beet has a truly sweet flavor with a fine grade texture that will surely please most palettes.
Harris Model Parsnip 3g
Harris is THE parsnip that people think of when they think of parsnips. This has been the standard for years and for good reason. Harris Model has smooth skin, a sweetish-nutty flavor and fine grained flesh. You can expect 12" long roots, that are 3 1/2 " at the shoulder. How do I eat them? Parsnips can be substituted for carrots in many recipes. You can remove the skin and mash them like potatoes with a little butter. Some folks grate them into salads fresh. Still others add them to stews and soups. There are many ways to enjoy these tasty roots.
Danvers 126 Carrot 1 gram
Created for better yields, smoother skin, and uniformity. Heat tolerant variety will work in a wide range of soils. 6-7" long and about 2" at the shoulder this is a premier storage carrot. It resist cracking and splitting. Strong tops make it easy to pull from the garden.
Scarlet Nantes Carrot 1 gram
Scarlet Nantes is a carrot with bright orange, slightly tapered, 6 inch roots; crisp, tender and flavorful; standard for high quality carrots. These guys have sweet and tender centers. Excellent market carrot as well as home gardens!
High Calorie/Grain Crops
Hard Red Wheat 4 oz
Commonly used as whole wheat flour, and can be used in baking whole wheat breads, baked goods & pastries. Plump Hard Red Wheat Berries with 13% protein can be cooked as a whole grain cereal or pilaf, sprouted for salads or juiced, or milled into flour by the home miller.
Hulless Oats 2 oz

Hulless oats are an excellent source of homestead nutrition and calories!  Normal oats have a tough outer hull that must first be removed before it's good to eat for humans.  Not these guys!  Their hull is so loose that many of them simply fall off.  The rest that are left simply need to be rubbed lightly and they're ready to put in your morning meal!  Higher in nutrition than average oats too (pound for pound) they're highly sought after for animal feed too!
 

Cayuse Oats 2 oz
Cayuse oats are a cool season, annual cereal grain that is typically grown here in California for a cover crop or livestock feed. Many of the farmers use this oat to bail oat hay from because it shows a 14% higher biomass production than California Red Oats. Cayuse forms a nice crop of oats that is easy to hand harvest because it grows about 6' tall. We use Cayuse oats for chicken feed, but the rest of the plant is perfect for horses, cows or goats. The ideal situation is to throw the entire shock of oats into the barnyard letting the ruminants eat the biomass and the chickens eating the grain that falls to the ground. Farm living done right!
Grain Sorghum 4 oz
Great for growing your own chicken food or for use as a green manure. On very droughty soils, or if subsoil moisture is very low, grain sorghum may out yield corn. That makes sorghum handy to have around whether growing your own bird food or green manure.
Triticale 4 oz
A cross between Wheat and Rye, originally bred in Scotland and Denmark. Triticale is more disease resistant in many cases. Many forage wheat fields can have severe stripe rust and barley scald has been a problem in some barley fields in other years. However, triticale in many of these situations will be disease free. Triticale works very well in a grazing/haying system. Triticale has also performed well when grown dryland or when irrigation was limited. Perhaps due to its extensive root system and rye background, triticale has good drought tolerance.
Wapsie Valley Yellow Corn 4 oz
This tremendous variety that has put OP corn back on the map has been traced back to Adoulf Steinbronn from Fairbanks, Iowa . Steinbronn stood alone when his peers were all going to hybrids corn. Victor Kucyk, who gives much of his life to the improvement of O.P.’s then continued the work. Many around the globe are benefiting from this corn variety started back in Iowa .
9 1/2' tall, strong, widely adapted corn plants with 7 1/2 - 8" well formed ears. Colored mostly a rich yellow, waxy color with some maroon ears and few brown colored ears. 14 - 18 straight kernel rows. Outstanding plant health. Good standability.
Dwarf Horticulture Taylor Bean 4 oz.
This pre-1800 heirloom is a great producer. Yumalicious on the flavor scale with purple splashed beans that are oval, large and contained in 5-6" pods. Much earlier than other beans of this type. Use it and store is as a dry bean. Seed is splashed with purple-red blotches.
Contender Bush Bean 8 oz.
A early bush bean, that is reliable, heavy yielding, and considered by many to be the earliest producing bean at an amazing 40 days! Perfect for short, cool seasons where other beans my not perform well. Mildew tolerant and still does well in hot weather.
Dundale Pea 4 oz.
This highly productive pea can produce up to 1,300 pounds of dry peas from one acre! This makes this pea one tough customer in your garden and easy for the beginner. Drought tolerant and highly adaptable to a wide range of soils. This pea is an amazing nitrogen fixer in your soil. Want to improve your soil without harmful petroleum fertilizers this is the way to do it!
Thomas Laxton Pea 4 oz.
Tasty bright green peas, excellent quality, and high in sugar content. Pods grow to about 3-4 1/2 inches containing six to eight peas. Vigorous 3' foot vines are perfect for fences or arbors. A performer in cool coastal conditions and it is wilt resistant.
High Calorie Fat/Oil Crops
Grey Stripe Mammoth Sunflower 4 oz.

Jake Page's discussion in Science Magazine '81 (July-August 1981, 92-93) is picturesque: "They can be grown almost anywhere in the country and you can grow between 500 and 3,000 pounds of sunflower seeds on an American acre in three months if you're clever. The soil can be lousy, the rainfall terrible...if the average American corn farmer put 10 percent of his land into sunflowers, he could become self-sufficient in fuel."
Folks, since these suckers are more then 40% oil, that's between 200-1,200 lbs. of oil and 25,000-40,000 lbs. of green fodder for your animals!!!

Herbs
Borage
Borage has bright blue, star-shaped flowers that explode in a blue profusion all summer attracting honey bees. This makes borage one of the most attractive herb plants to us. The flavor of the borage leaves resembles that of cucumber. Borage will grow to a height of about 18 inches, and spread about 12 inches. Borage is hardy annual that is a native of northern Europe, and grows well in the temperate regions of North America. Because it is a tonic plant for the adrenal glands, borage provides an invaluable support for a hectic lifestyle. A tea made with borage helps to reduce fevers and ease chest colds. An infusion of borage acts as a galactogogue, promoting the production of milk in breastfeeding mothers.
California Poppy
Delicate, silky orange blossoms come to life as early as February and continue to bloom until October here in California. Drought tolerant, deer resistant and once planted maintenance free. Will reseed itself year after year. Loves disturbed areas and in fact even grows in areas that have been damaged by fire.
Dukat Dill
Dukat Dill has sea blue-green leaves that impart a delicate herbal fragrance. Dukat Dill has a taste is light and sweetly aromatic, but never bitter or overly pungent. Dukat Dill is a hardy plant that produces an abundance of flavorful, light leaves. It holds longer at the leaf stage than other dills and has the sweetest taste of all. It is recommended that you direct seed dill in a sunny place in the garden in late spring or early summer. Fertilize the soil with a mature compost for best performance. During germination, keep entire seedbed evenly moist. To use the leaf as a dried herb, harvest before the plant flowers. Mature seeds may be harvested as a spice. Grows 18-24 in. Hardy Annual/Reseeding
Italian Large Basil
Large leaf is a Genovese-type basil that grows 18 to 24 inches high and 2' wide. Giant shiny green leaves full of heady aroma that just make your mouth water. This is a favorite of many gardeners because when cooking you need only a few leaves to add that distinctively yummy flavor to your dish. For the same reason it makes loads of basil pesto with just a few plants.
Echinacea
Echinacea has traditionally been used to treat or prevent colds, flu, and other infections. Echinacea is believed to stimulate the immune system to help fight infections. Less commonly, echinacea has been used for wounds and skin problems.
Del Gold Tobacco
Giant 6-8' tobacco with leaves over 18" long and 12". Delgold just kept coming every time I would cut it. Soft pink flowers. I was shocked at this tobaccos frost tolerance, but then again I got the original seed stock from Canada. This tobacco variety works well for us on the West Coast because it will perform in our cool weather. We grow tobacco to use an insecticide on our plants and chickens. I grind tobacco leaves up and use it as a dust on the chickens for mites/Lice. I also soak tobacco leaves in water to make a concoction to spray on bugs in the garden.
Calendula
A wonderful light yellow to orange flower, this is a bright spot in our gardens. It not only has a pleasing effect to the eyes, it has some wonderful effects on the skin as many people will be familiar with in some of their hand creams or massage oils. Calendula area antiseptic and inhibits inflammation. This is an unusual high-resin calendula. This was a wonderful discovery that we found at the Occidental Arts & Ecology Center down the road from us. The added resin in these flowers make them sticky to the touch, but it's that added goodness that makes this such a wonderful addition to your herbal cabinet. Also well know yellow/orange dye.
Red Clover
The many healing properties of red clover include promise in cancer treatments, estrogen replacement therapy, as well as treating Tuberculosis. A must have in anyone's herbal cabinet!

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*Please note that custom packages MAY take up to a week longer to ship.   Your order must be dried to seed storage specifications before sealing to prevent excess moisture.

 

Planting instructions for your survival seed bank can be found on every heirloom seed package we sell. Remember to store your seed vault in a cool dry place so that your heirloom seeds will have a long life. Cool means about 55 degrees F. Many survival seeds store for years, but others such as onions and carrots may only last a few. So treat your heirloom seed bank just like your emergency food stores and rotate your seed bank out for a new one every few years. Plant that old seed bank and enjoy the heirloom vegetables theses survival seeds can bring.

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