I haven’t shared any survival and preparedness posts for a while, and while I do plan on continuing my Survival Series I was recently given the opportunity to check out some Heirloom Survival Seeds from Ark Survival, so I thought I’d take this opportunity to share them with you.
Some of you may be asking what are survival seeds and why do I need them? Well, in a nutshell, survival seeds are basically an assortment of vegetable and herb garden seeds, specially packaged so that they can be stored for long periods of time. They are great to have around in case there were an extreme situation where food sources were scarce, you would be able to start your own food supply over with your stored supply of seeds.
The Ark Survival pack includes an awesome assortment of 30 seed varieties with over 7500+ high quality heirloom seeds. Each pack contains Kentucky wonder bush bean, Crosby Egyptian beet, Copenhagen market cabbage, Beefsteak Tomato, straight eight cucumber, sweet golden bantam corn, Siberian green kale, spinach viroflay greens, lettuce, green arrow snap peas, sweet bullrose pepper, cherry belle radish, carrot, broccoli, squash and much more!
There are several types of survival seeds on the market, but there are some specific things that I personally liked about the Ark Survival pack that I received. In addition to the large variety of seeds included, these are also non-GMO organic, non-Hybrid Seeds. Ark Survival’s seeds also come with a lifetime guarantee and a survival guide. Full planting instructions are provided for each seed type and the packaging is great – it’s an extended life breathable paper storage instead of plastic! What a great way to start or add to your family’s preps!
Does your family prep for emergencies or doomsday type scenarios? If so what are some of your best tips? If not, why? Is it something you would ever consider doing? Let me know in the comments below and thanks for reading!
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