We are living in such uncertain times, we are beginning to think about storing our own food so that we can feel and be self-reliant, just in case! Have you ever gone to the store all excited at the thought of coming home with fresh fruits and vegetables and then only to find soft spongy peppers, over-ripe tomatoes, horrible looking carrots and the very thing you want including potatoes look just awful.
A good place to start is with the Culinary Herb Garden Survival Preparedness Seeds because in hard times there are enough herbs to spice up your meals. Therefore, you’ll be eating much better and wholesome food because you made it to the compliments of family and friends.
So, the Culinary Herb Garden Survival Preparedness Seeds provide a missing link in your food storage plan. Therefore, each Mini-Ropak Bucket 10 popular culinary herb varieties that will produce enough herbs to add such a nice flavor and interest to your food storage meals in hard times!
Most noteworthy is that these seeds are Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO and are not chemically treated. And, because they are non-hybrid, seeds may be harvested at the end of the growing season and then used for the next year’s planting.
The Culinary Herb Garden Survival Preparedness Seeds Varieties Include As Follows:
Basil, Genovese – 3527 Seeds
Basil, Lemon Basil – 3527 Seeds
Chives – 4409 Seeds
Garlic Chives – 1058 Seeds
Cilantro, Slow Bolting – 529 Seeds
Dill, Bouquet – 3527 Seeds
Oregano, Italian – 31,747 Seeds
Parsley, Dark Green Italian Flat-leaf – 3175 Seeds
Sage, Broad Leaved – 564 Seeds
Thyme, Common – 22,046 Seeds
10 seed packets sealed in a Mini-Ropak Bucket. Plants a large herb garden. Will keep up to 4 years if stored at 66 to 70 degrees and much longer if kept colder. All non-hybrid, open pollinated varieties Harvested seeds can be planted year after year. Packets are re-sealable for lasting protection.
Q. There are 9 growing zones in the country, will these seeds grow in my zone?
A. Growing zones are for perennials (ie plants that you only plant once and come back every year). Garden plants are all annuals and therefore zones don’t apply. For annuals, you make zonal adjustments by when you plant, for example you would plant in Arizona before you would plant in Michigan.