Survival Essentials Premium Heirloom Seed Bank

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Premium 135 Variety Heirloom Seed Bank with 22,335+ Seeds

Survival Essentials Seed Bank

Survival Essentials Premium Heirloom Seed Bank 1
  • COVERS ALL 9 HARDINESS ZONES due to its large assortment and wide variety — making it the most complete heirloom seed bank on the market — perfect for heirloom gardeners and preppers since anywhere you go in the U.S., you’ll be able to start an heirloom garden there
  • WHAT’S INSIDE SURVIVAL ESSENTIAL’S HEIRLOOM SEED BANK? Click the 3rd photo on the left side – you’ll see 23,335+ heirloom seeds that consists of Veggies, Fruits, Medicinal and Culinary Herbs
  • BONUS 1 – You’ll get RARE tomato heirloom seed varieties like Tigerella, Costoluto Genovese, Brandywine Red, Azoychka, Chocolate Stripes, Cherokee Purple, Big Rainbow, and so much more
  • BONUS 2 – You’ll also receive “Secrets to Successful Long Term Seed Storage” by world-renown horticulturist Suzanne Ashworth (provided with purchase) so you’ll know how to store seeds properly and make them last for 2, 3, 5, 10 years
  • We plant, store, and package every heirloom seed you buy because we’re a small family-operated business in Oklahoma, headed by two HEIRLOOM SEED GARDENING EXPERTS with 50+ years of combined experience
$124.99  in stock
as of December 21, 2021 12:18 pm


  • All prices mentioned above are in United States dollar.
  • This product is available at eBay,
  • At you can purchase Survival Essentials 100 Variety Premium Heirloom Non Hybrid Non GMO Seed Bank for only $90.00
  • The lowest price of Survival Essentials 135 Variety Premium Heirloom Non Hybrid Non GMO Seed Bank - was obtained on December 22, 2021 7:18 am.

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4 reviews for Survival Essentials Premium Heirloom Seed Bank

  1. KirkInBama

    I am an avid gardener and I know how to grow my veggies. I bought these for 2 reasons, the selection of seeds and the fact that they are supposed to be heirloom seeds. I planted 3/4 of the seeds, approx 700 starter pots of different varieties of veggies. ONLY 27 GERMINATED. I was a bit worried when I received the seeds, because they were very dried out and cracked. (They looked to be several years old). This was the first time ordering seeds through the mail, will be the last too. You may have better luck than I did, maybe I got an old batch or something, I don’t know. But I have been gardening for 42 years, I started these out in small peat pots in a green house and under grow lights, in a controlled temperature environment. I was so disappointed.

  2. Kesta pompus

    I have waited for a year before posting a review. I live in the caribbean and at first I was concerned that these seeds will not work down here. I cannot express the pleasure that I have had just by watching them grow and, of course, eating the vegetables from my garden. I have eggplants and tomatoes and okra and squash. Even kale and mustard greens! If I can make a suggestion… it will be nice if you have a blog for gardeners.. for some reason I cannot get sweet peppers to grow AT ALL.. neither the mamoth pumpkins but I suppose that it is a regional problem. But I have ordered more seeds and I will keep ordering. Thank you for a good product.

  3. Sj773

    The selection of this Survival Essentials pack is incredible! Each is individually packed in zipper baggies and they even throw in some freebies (expired from the previous season but still appreciated). They are not packed or bundled in any kind of order, so expect to sort through them to find what you are looking for.The seeds have a high germination rate, but certainly not 100% like other reviewers boast. Of the seeds I’ve tried (All were grown in very rich soil, 5 hrs sun daily, and kept around 70 degrees), here are the germ rates I’ve experienced:- Tomatoes (multiple varieties) have been about 95%- Green beans 90% (although mine got munched by long-tailed skippers a bit)- Beets hit or miss at about 40%- Broccoli & Brussels sprouts 20%- Spinach 10%Although the seed selection is impressive among the types of tomatoes, root veggies and leafy greens, there is an alarming shortage of most common garden residents…HERBS: There are NO SEEDS for rosemary, sage, chives, mint, tarragon, oregano, lavender, garlic, ginger, marjoram, catnip, lemon balm, cinnamon, lemongrass… to name a few.VEGGIES: There are obvious missing such as leeks, artichokes, rhubarb, edamame, and there is only one kind of spinach and only one kind of corn!FRUITS: Although most grow on trees or vines, the only fruits in this “variety pack” are melons and watermelons – omitting easy garden favorites like strawberries, passion vine, even tomatillos, etc. And it would be awesome if they included a few seed for berries or citrus.For what IS included, these seeds are well packed, have a good germination rate and are worth buying for the variety alone. However, I did expect to see at least the most common herbs included so for that combined with mixed results on germ rates, I dock a star. I would still recommend them, just plant more than you want and plan on having to buy your herbs in addition to this variety pack.UPDATE: Added pics of a raised bed garden with ALL SEEDS from this pack (bought last year). Now growing tomatoes (x8 varieties); lettuce (x3 var.); spinach; onions; carrots (x3); beets (x2); radish (x2); broccoli & brussels sprouts; beans (x2); peas (x2); melon (x2); squash (x2); pumpkin and probably more that I’m forgetting. All with fair to good germination rates. However, NO germination on the summery savory, thyme, or alfalfa from this pack. Overall, excellent value! Recommended!!2ND UPDATE: See additional 7 pics of our awesome harvest this year (June 2018)!

  4. Danette Young

    Waited a couple growing seasons to review, to see if my first year results were a fluke. That was NOT the case!! They were started (both times) in a greenhouse with “all the bells and whistles”. The ONLY seeds that germinated from either kit was the corn, however the results weren’t what I’d call a success. The control plants/seeds, purchased locally did well in same greenhouse and garden plot. These seeds were complete waste of time, effort and materials. Luckily it wasn’t a “survival” situation or I’d have starved to death by now. Save your money and buy local seeds from a place you know and trust.

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