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The Heirloom Garden Seed Can

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…If ye are prepared ye shall not fear…

Face it – we live in troubled times. No one knows what the future will bring. Perceptive people create and expand their food storage and other supplies in preparation for possible shortages in the future. People of all ages, income levels and backgrounds are filling up their spare rooms with buckets of wheat, oats and beans and cans of freeze dried meats and vegetables.

However, a year’s supply of food storage will not be enough to cover all of the body’s nutritional needs. And it is just a stop gap means to allow prepared people the time needed to plan for their future needs. A GARDEN is a must for the serious minded person. For healthy living the human body requires and craves the vitamins and nutrients found in living foods like fruits and vegetables.

The Answer to healthier living is Seeds

The dilemma is – that eventually we will need to be able to grow our own food. And, in order to grow our own food we must have SEEDS. Seeds are the beginning of self-sufficiency and independence. Seeds contain the hope of every new season – the promise of life if carefully stored, planted and nurtured.

Storing Seeds Long Term

  1. The seeds must be non-hybrid. A non-hybrid seed will produce a plant from which seeds can be harvested and planted the next year. This is essential since the goal is to be able to produce food every year. (Hybrid plants do not reproduce.)
  2. Seeds must be kept out of moisture. Even moisture fluctuations in the air and will degrade their life expectancy.
  3. Seeds must be kept cool. A sealed container of seeds will store four to five years on a shelf at 70 degrees. Seeds stored in a root cellar, refrigerator or freezer will store much, much longer.

Heirloom Seeds are the Answer
These Seeds are Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO and are not chemically treated. 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 – creating a self-perpetuating source of food in hard times.

Heirloom Garden Seeds
The Preparedness Seeds Garden Vegetable Can provides a missing link in your food storage plan. Each #10 can contains 16 popular varieties that will plant nearly 3/4 acre of garden!

16 large seed packets sealed in a #10 can.

  • Plants nearly 3/4 acre of Garden.
  • Packaged for long term storage. See Shelf Life below.
  • All Non-hybrid, open pollinated varieties
  • Equivalent of more than 100 average size seed packets.
  • Harvested seeds can be planted year after year.
  • Packets are re-sealable for lasting protection.
  • Complete planting instructions included.

Varieties of Vegetable Seeds included are:

SWEET CORN, Golden Bantam 5oz
ONION, Utah Sweet Spanish 10g
SPINACH, Bloomsdale Long Standing 10g
WINTER SQUASH, Waltham Butternut 10g
SQUASH ZUCCHINI, Black Beauty 10g
RADISH, Champion 10g
TOMATO, Rutgers 5g
SWISS CHARD, Lucullus 10g
PEA, Lincoln 10oz
BEET, Detroit Dark Red 10g
CABBAGE, Golden Acre 10g
LETTUCE, Paris Island Cos 5g
CUCUMBER, Marketmore 76 10g
CARROT, Scarlet Nantes 10g
PEPPER, Yolo Wonder 5g
BUSH BEAN, Spike 5oz

Shelf Life

There are some non-hybrid seed companies that make claims that the seeds will store for 20-100 years but this is only under optimal conditions with a decreased fertility rate over time. Preparedness Seeds claim that their seeds will keep AT LEAST 4-5 years on a shelf at 70 degrees and 10+ years if kept refrigerated or frozen.

Adequately dried seeds sealed in moisture barrier containers can be stored safely for 4 years at 65 -70 degrees and much longer at lower temperatures. Each 6 degree drop in storage temperature may double the storage life of most seeds. Critical factors are temperature and moisture content. Store seeds in a place as cool as possible. Cans should remain sealed until ready for use. For best results store unopened can in a refrigerator or freezer. Keep out of sunlight.

Dates for Starting Seeds Indoors

Based upon Mapleton, Utah County Climate at an elevation of 4700 feet.

Feb 1-14 (10–12 weeks before average frost free date) Celery, Onions, Leeks and Early Tomatoes
Feb 14-24 (6–10 weeks before frost free date) Cabbage, Cauliflower and Broccoli
Feb 28-Mar 7 Eggplant, Peppers and Lettuce.
Mar 7-14 Tomatoes
April 4-1 (Plant indoors 3–4 weeks before setting out in the garden) Cucumbers, Squash and Melons.
May 1-7 Squash (For transplanting in pea patch after peas are harvested about June 15 to July 1).
April 25 Average Frost Free Date (Utah County) Mapleton, UT – Its elevation is 4,700 feet (1,400 m) above sea level.

Dates to Plant in Garden

Based upon Mapleton, Utah County Climate at an elevation of 4700 feet.

Mar 14-28 Very Hard Broccoli, Cabbage (105 days), Lettuce (Iceberg 82 days), Onions, Peas (62 days), Potatoes, Spinach (43 days), and Turnips.
Mar 28 – April 11 Hardy Beet (60 days), Carrots (75 days), Chard (60 days), Mustard, Parsnips (105 days), and Radishes (30 days).
April 25- Not Cold Hardy Snap Beans (55 days), Okra, Soybean, Squash, Sweet Corn (85 days) Tomatoes, and Parsley (55-70 days).
May 2- Require hot weather Lima Beans, Eggplant, Peppers (65-75 days), Sweet potatoes, Cucumbers, and Melons (90 days).
May 24- Medium heat tolerant good for summer plant All Beans, Chards Soybean, Squash, and Sweet Corn.
July 1-

*After the peas are harvested

Hardy for late summer or fall planting Beets, Collard (75 days), Kale (55 days), Lettuce (82 days), Mustard, Spinach (43 days), and Turnips.
Fall Garden Crops Beets (60 days), Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower (70 days), Sweet Corn (80 days), Cucumber (58 days), Parsnips (105 days), Rutabagas (90 days), Turnips (55 days), Green Onions, Carrots (75 days), Lettuce (82 days), Peas (62 days), Radishes (30 days), Spinach, and Swiss Chard.

Additional information

Weight 2.5 lbs
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 9 in


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