Heirloom Organic Seed Bank Collection

Heirloom Organic Seed Bank Collection

Assorted Genera and species

Item #4560

These open-pollinated heirloom varieties have been around for fifty years or longer. Your parents or grandparents may have grown them in their own gardens! Each variety in this collection will typically last 3-5 years if kept cool and dry. A great gift idea for yourself or fellow gardeners who like the peace of mind that comes with having a survival stash of seeds on hand at all times for food security. Seed storing tip sheet included.

Bean Bush Contender Organic (15 Grams)
Bean Bush Tiger's Eye Organic (15 Grams)
Bean Pole Blue Lake Organic (15 Grams)
Beet Early Wonder Organic (2 Grams)
Broccoli Di Cicco Organic (2 Grams)
Carrot Scarlet Nantes Organic (1 Gram)
Celery Utah Organic (350 Mg)
Cucumber Straight Eight Organic (1.5 Grams)
Eggplant Black Beauty Organic (500 Mg)
Kale Italian Lacinato Nero Toscana Organic (500 Mg)
Muskmelon/Cantaloupe Hale's Best Jumbo Organic (30 Seeds)
Pea Shelling Progress #9 Organic (18 Grams)
Pumpkin Sugar Pie Organic (2.5 Grams)
Radish Cherry Belle Organic (4 Grams)
Spinach Bloomsdale Organic (3 Grams)
Squash Summer Black Beauty Zucchini Organic (3 Grams)
Squash Summer Early Prolific Straightneck Organic (2 Grams)
Squash Winter Gold Nugget Organic (2 Grams)
Squash Winter Lakota Organic (2 Grams)
Swiss Chard Fordhook Giant Organic (2 Grams)
Tomato Bush Italian Roma Organic (30 Seeds)
Tomato Cherry Red & Yellow Pear Organic (30 Seeds)
Tomato Pole Beefsteak Organic (30 Seeds)
Turnip Purple Top White Globe Organic (4 Grams)

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