Want a variety of healthy veggies? Check out Open Seed Vault's 15,000 Non Gmo Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack! These seeds come from reliable, non-GMO sources. Get a bountiful harvest with this awesome package!
Learn more about why it's the perfect choice for your garden.
Overview of Open Seed Vault
Open Seed Vault is a US-based seed bank that specializes in non-GMO heirloom vegetable seeds. Their 15,000 Non Gmo Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack shows their commitment to providing quality seeds.
They source seeds from around the world, using small and large farmers. Each seed is inspected, weighed and packaged. They offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Open Seed Vault also has “The Open Seed Initiative”. It focuses on open pollinated varieties, preserving food diversity and educating people. People can feel proud to purchase from Open Seed Vault, as it contributes to a meaningful effort.
Overview of the 15,000 Non-GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack
The 15,000 Non-GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack provides a range of heirloom seed options. It has everything from peppers to potatoes and squash to onions. Popular and unique veggies alike!
Open Seed Vault produces the pack, so you know you're getting quality non-GMO heirloom seeds. 15,000 vegetable seeds are stored in airtight Mylar packs for long-lasting freshness.
Choose any eight heirloom veggies, including two potatoes and six other veggies like corn, tomatoes, kale, cabbage, spinach and peppers. This variety means you can grow a wide selection of vegetables at home. Plus, a planting guide helps you get growing right away!
Invest in the Open Seed Vault's 15,000 Non Gmo Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack! Get access to 32 veggie seeds – all non-GMO and heirloom varieties. These plants have been around for generations! Perfect for a survival garden as well as everyday gardening.
Let's take a look at all the benefits of this amazing seed pack:
Non-GMO seeds are preferred by many people, as they have not been genetically-modified or engineered in a lab. GM seeds are produced by introducing new DNA to the genetic material of a plant, changing its structure and creating plants with desirable traits. However, safety is still uncertain with this relatively new process.
Non-GMO seeds are sometimes known as “heirloom” or “open pollinated” seeds. This means the genetic qualities of the plants will be passed down for generations, and natural selection will take place to produce the desired traits in plants adapted to the environment. These plants are often hardier than GM plants, and can thrive without chemical intervention or hybridization.
The Open Seed Vault's 15,000 Non Gmo Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack contains everyday veggies like tomatoes, peppers and carrots, as well as more exotic ones such as Chinese long red chili pepper. It also includes an informational pamphlet with instructions on how to care for your vegetables pre-and postharvesting. Perfect for beginner gardeners wanting to explore the benefits of non-GMO gardening!
Heirloom vegetables are gaining popularity with gardeners. They are open-pollinated, stable, and have been passed down for multiple generations. Unlike hybrid or GMO varieties, heirloom veggies are non-hybridized and uncontaminated. This gives you a true taste of a natural vegetable!
Heirloom vegetables boast many health benefits. They provide improved nutrition, a varied diet, and a greater yield than traditional vegetables. They are free from harmful chemicals or hormones that may be present in GMO varieties. The plants also remain naturally strong and resilient.
Heirloom seeds tend to cost less than hybrid seeds. Though, they are limited in supply, making them more expensive than mass produced hybrids.
Open Seed Vault's 15,000 Non-GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack is your all-in-one gardening solution. It comes with 32 varieties of non-GMO heirloom vegetables, such as tomatoes, peppers, garlic, onions, beets and green beans. All seeds are sealed in individual, waterproof Mylar pouches for quality preservation.
This pack is designed to help you create a sustainable garden full of nutritious vegetables. You'll have
- root veggies like carrots and turnips,
- as well as your favorite beans
- and leafy greens like arugula and spinach.
Perfect for home gardeners or those starting fresh with their growing needs!
Long shelf life
The Open Seed Vault's 15,000 Non Gmo Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Variety Pack has a long shelf life. Heirloom seeds are great for seed storage. They retain viability for years.
This variety pack includes 32 common types of veggie seeds. Each type is in a resealable mylar envelope. Typical longevity is 5+ years if stored properly. These unique veggie varieties are non-GMO and 100% non-hybrid. They don't need pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. A dependable asset for any personal seed storage plan!
Grow your own veggies – a fab way to have healthy, fresh food! To be successful, it's vital to follow the instructions. The 15,000 Non Gmo Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack by Open Seed Vault can help you begin. Let's go through the steps for this variety pack!
Before beginning to plant, it is vital to get the soil ready. This helps ensure the crop gets all the nutrition it needs for success. Start by using a soil test kit to measure the nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other elements in your soil. Then, adjust them if needed. Include plenty of organic matter like compost or manure to improve the soil's structure, aeration, and nutrient content.
When the ideal growing environment is set, use a tiller or spade to break the top 12 inches of soil into smaller bits. Finally, rake and grade the plot to make it level, smooth with no clumps or rocks larger than 1 inch. Although this may seem lengthy, following these steps will help increase your crop quality and yield in the long run!
When planting, pick a spot with well-draining soil and 8 hours of sunlight daily. Clay soil? No problem! Add organic compost for better results. Raised beds or areas with plenty of sunshine are great for most veggies. Choose seeds based on when you want to harvest. Beans and tomatoes can be picked all summer and some are better for storing in the fall.
Follow packet instructions for spacing between plants and planting depth – usually one to two times the seed diameter. Make rows if possible for better light and air circulation, plus weed control. Fertilize before and after harvest to boost yields and promote veggie health:
- Compost and fish emulsion are safe for all veggies.
- Synthetic fertilizers: use sparingly and follow packet instructions.
Water your garden! It is essential for successful veggie gardening. Check the soil around the plants every 1-2 days. Water when it feels dry. Aim for the roots, not the leaves – wet leaves can lead to fungus. Keep the soil moist, not soggy. Over-watering can cause shallow root growth and stressed plants.
Stick to a pattern when watering. No areas should remain dry while others get overwatered.
Gardeners use a mix of fertilizing methods to get maximum vegetable crop production. Fertilizing can give bigger and healthier fruits and veggies, but too much can damage roots.
Fertilizers come in three types: water-soluble, slow-release, and liquid. Water-soluble fertilizers are used when planting. Slow-release fertilizers are put on the soil's surface in granular form and release nutrients as they dissolve. Liquid fertilizers are sprayed with a hose or poured onto the plant bed's surface.
Choose the right fertilizer for your crops and soil pH level. Get an inexpensive home soil test kit from a gardening center. Apply organic fertilizer twice during the growing season – once at planting and then again when plants fruit/veg.
- Grass clippings mulch helps build up organic content and retain moisture. Mix it with composted manure for enough nitrogen for good growth.
- Add manure for N–P–K plants need for optimum health and production.
- Protect veg seeds from weather like hail, wind and drought.
- Water deeply after applying manure since it dries quickly.
Harvest your veggies for a flavor-packed, abundant crop. Time and technique are the keys. Here's a quick checklist:
- Monitor maturity dates. From 10 days to 4 weeks after planting, depending on veggie type and variety.
- Use sharp tools. Shears and knives for clean cuts and minimal bruising. No extra benefits from pulling.
- Handle with care. Rough handling reduces quality so use two hands for bigger harvests.
- Double-check! Make sure you don't miss any hidden in the shadows.
Open Seed Vault's 15,000 Non Gmo Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden, with 32 varieties! Tomatoes, spinach, carrots and more. Let's explore the benefits of this amazing seed collection.
- A wide range of vegetables and plants for your survival garden!
Beets are tasty root veggies! This heirloom vegetable seed survival garden 32 variety pack has Detroit Dark Red, Touchstone Gold, Bulls Blood and more. All varieties in this pack are non-GMO and open-pollinated for flavor, quality and a higher yield.
Cool weather is best for beets. Plant seeds every couple of inches in rows or flats, covered with 1/4 inch of fine soil. Water regularly. Thin immature plants to 2 inches apart. In 55-60 days, fresh beetroots are ready to eat!
Beets are full of essential vitamins and minerals. Enjoy them raw or in soups, salads or sandwiches. Yum!
Broccoli is a veggie that belongs to the cabbage family. It can be planted both in spring and fall. It's also a versatile veggie that grows in most regions of the United States.
When selecting seeds, it's important to know different types of broccoli and their features. Open Seed Vault's 15,000 Non-GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack contains some popular types of broccoli, like:
- De Cicco: Produces deep green curds smaller than other types. Ready for harvest within 4-5 weeks after planting.
- Calabrese: Originated in Italy with mid-sized heads and tender stems. Matures 6-7 weeks after planting.
- Green Goliath Imperial Broccoli: Has hanging clusters of medium green nuts. Intended for early spring plantings. Mature in 6-8 weeks after planting.
Open Seed Vault 15,000 Non Gmo Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack includes carrots! These are an heirloom variety, with yellow, red and purple carrots. They were chosen for their flavour and nutrition. Plus, they'll provide your family with plenty of nutrition and taste for years to come!
The varieties are:
- Yellow Carrot – Perfect for salads and cooks up sweet with a great texture. May reach 6 inches long.
- Red Carrot – Ready in 60 days, with juicy, crisp roots and a sweet flavour.
- Purple Carrot – A tricolour carrot, orange, red and purple. Tender, earthy flavour and sweet when cooked or eaten raw! Roots will grow up to 8 inches if given time, but still tasty when smaller.
Cucumbers are an amazing vine plant grown for their edible fruits. Plus, they are known for their refreshing and slightly sweet taste! Open Seed Vault's variety pack contains seeds for three different types of cucumbers: Beit Alpha Hybrid, Homemade Pickle, and Straight Eight.
- Beit Alpha Hybrid Cucumbers are medium-dark green and slender with an average length of 7 inches. These plants remain compact, making them great for limited space. Gardeners love their high yields and strong disease resistance. Each plant can bear 6-7 fruits, which can be eaten raw or pickled.
- Homemade Pickle Cucumbers are shorter than regular slicing cucumbers, usually measuring 4-5 inches in length. Their light green skin color has thick dark green stripes or patches when mature. These cucumbers have thicker skins, making them perfect for pickling! No peeling or coring is needed before canning.
- Straight Eight Cucumbers grow 8 inches long on average, but they can reach up to 12 inches when well cared for! They have strong disease resistance and produce crisp white flesh with minimal bitterness. This makes them ideal for slicing into salads or sandwiches!
Kale is part of the cabbage family. It has a mild, earthy flavour and a crunchy texture. You can cook it or eat it raw, as an addition to salads, soups, smoothies and stews.
There are various varieties – curly kale, dinosaur or lacinato kale, ornamental or Russian red kale and white russian (black) kale. Kale is packed with vitamin A (including beta-carotene), vitamin C, lutein and zeaxanthin. It also has lots of antioxidants, making it one of the most nutritious leafy veggies around!
The 15,000 Non Gmo Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack By Open Seed Vault has lettuces galore! Varieties include Buttercrunch, Lolla Rosa, Lolla Bionda, Tango, Red Oak Leaf, Grand Rapids, Summer Bibb and Simpson Elite. These are easy to grow, tolerant of hot summer temps and slow to bolt. Plus, they yield good amounts when mature.
There's also leafy greens like Black-Seeded Simpson lettuce, Mizuna lettuce and Red Romaine. These provide sweet flavors for salads or sandwiches.
Arugula is a popular choice due to its peppery flavor, while Endive and Radicchio add color to plates with purplish leaves and a slight bitter taste. Never have boring salads again!
Onions are a staple in cooking – both savory and sweet! Open Seed Vault's 15,000 Non Gmo Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack includes four varieties of onions:
- Red Burger Onion: A long shelf life and bright red skin. Tastes great when grilled, steamed, or cooked. Forms a medium-large globe with excellent flavor.
- Early Yellow Globe Onion: An heirloom favorite from the 19th century. Produces large globes with tight skins and mild flavor. Great for salads or burgers.
- Yellow Granex Onion: An heirloom from the 1920s. Slightly flattened, golden yellow skin with strong flavor. Perfect for seasonal relishes or pickling recipes.
- Gigantesca Onion: Adapted to different climates, these gigantic onions can reach over 6 inches! Mild taste when young, sweet and intense when mature. Great for grilling, sauces, or stir fry.
Peas are a popular veggie in Open Seed Vault's 15,000 Non-GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack. Get these seeds for your own use or helping others. They're great for rows, containers, and other gardening projects.
Here are some of the pea varieties in the pack:
- Thomas Laxton Heirloom Pea
- Dwarf Grey Sugar Horn Popping Pea
- Maestro Pea
- Snowbird Pea
- Lincoln Pea
- Tall Telephone Pea
- Green Arrow Heirloom Pea Pods
- Eggshell Snap Dwarf Peas
- Champion of England Early Snow White Soup & Shells
- Errazuriz Dwarf Freezing Admixture
Peppers are a garden must-have! Our Non-GMO Heirloom Variety Pack includes seven different types.
The pack includes:
- California Wonder Sweet Pepper. Bright green and 4” long, they're perfect for roasting or stuffing.
- Red Cherry Sweet Pepper. Small, round and green, they turn red and become sweet when ripe.
- Ancho, also known as Poblano. These range from green to dark chocolate brown with mild heat.
- Discontinued Jalapeno Pepper. Heat seekers love this old standard. It packs a punch but isn't too spicy.
- Trinidad Cluster Marble Bell. A cross between an Anaheim and Yellow Bell Pepper. Tastes great cooked or raw.
- Chinese Giant Red Hot Chili. Dark scarlet color, intense kick but surprisingly manageable!
- Mariachi Hybrid Hot Jalapeno Pepper. Productive and tasty, great for late summer harvests.
Open Seed Vault’s 15,000 Non-GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack has spinach seeds. This cool-season vegetable belongs to the chenopod family. It grows best in mild climates and takes just 30 days to reach full maturity when directly sown in the garden. It needs nutrient-rich soil and moisture.
There are two main types: Savoy and Flat/Smooth Leaf. Savoy has crinkly, dark green leaves. Flat/Smooth Leaf has wide, flat leaves and grows quicker, making harvesting easier. Popular varieties include ‘Bloomsdale Long Standing' (Flat Leaf) with sweet flavor for salads or cooking; ‘Giant Nobel' (Savoy), with mild flavor; and F1 hybrid strain ‘Corvair' (Flat Leaf). This offers cold tolerance for over-wintering in regions with temperatures below 0°F in winter.
Organic practices are recommended for growing spinach as it is susceptible to leaf spot diseases like Anthracnose, Alternia symptoms and Downy Mildew. Copper fungicides may help control these. Get Spinach fresh from your garden with Open Seed Vault’s 15,000 Non Gmo Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack!
The Open Seed Vault offers a range of squash varieties. Zucchini is a summer squash that can be eaten either cooked or raw. Butternut squash is a winter variety that's great for soups and stews. Spaghetti squash has pasta-like strands and tastes great as a side. Acorn squash is also a winter variety, great baked or as a purée with butter and sugar.
Other squash options include pumpkins, yellow crookneck and yellow straightneck. Pumpkins are the most popular winter squash in North America, with an orange shell and sweet flesh which is great for pies. Yellow crookneck and yellow straightneck encompass all offshoots of these two types, such as pattypan or sunburst.
Grow your garden with squash! Pick one kind or several different kinds.
Tomatoes are a garden and kitchen must-have. This pack contains fourteen non-GMO, heirloom and open pollinated varieties. Perfect for extending your garden with old-fashioned favorites or for an emergency food supply!
- Brandywine: 1880s classic with big fruits and classic tomato flavor.
- Cherokee Purple: Intense flavor with sweet earthiness and complexity.
- Pink Brandywine: Large, beefsteak tomato with bright pinkish-red skin and excellent taste.
- Beefsteak: Widely popular heirloom with huge size (1½ – 2 pounds!) and great taste.
- Amana Orange: Orange colored smooth fruits – great for sandwiches!
- Valencia: Classic orange cherry tomato ideal for salads or Italian cooking.
- Great White: Earthy sweetness pairs well with fish steaks or roasts, also great on burgers and sandwiches!
- Black Krim: Dark purple skin over acidic flesh – enjoy raw in salads or slice as part of your side dish!
- Striped German: Uniquely shaped beefsteaks with yellow/orange vertical stripes – delicious when used as snacks or salads!
- Golden Pumphouse Nailhead: Sweet fruity flavor – try it on burgers!
- White Wonder Pink Flesh Cherry: Versatile enough to use cooked or raw – stunning presentation for brunch!
- Yellow Pear : Plant this tried and true icon shaped like pears – also makes kids smile!!
- Grandma's Roma : Roma style sauce maker – everbearing variety throughout the summer fertility season!
Want to create a survival garden? The 15,000 Non Gmo Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack by Open Seed Vault is the perfect fit! It includes 32 non-GMO heirloom vegetable seeds. No worries about chemicals with this kit. Get a bountiful harvest of fresh and healthy vegetables. This seed kit is a great solution for a sustainable and reliable source of food and nutrition.
Summary of Open Seed Vault
Open Seed Vault is a business that supplies gardeners and farmers with top-notch non-GMO heirloom vegetable seed varieties. Their 15,000 Non-GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack is a superb pick for those seeking a wide and varied array of heirloom plants to cultivate. Each variety pack has seeds for 32 different veggies, including multiple types of tomatoes, peppers, beets, lettuce, squash, and beans. All seeds are open-pollinated and guaranteed non-GMO.
Open Seed Vault utilizes a multi-step seed cleaning process to guarantee the seeds are healthy and viable. There are helpful tips on their website to make sure a successful crop yield. With a vast selection of high-grade vegetable seed varieties in the 15,000 Non-GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack from Open Seed Vault, gardeners and farmers can rest assured that they will have an abundant harvest season after season.
Summary of 15,000 Non-GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack
The Open Seed Vault's 15,000 Non-GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack is ideal for those who need a wide range of heirloom veggie seeds.
It contains 15,000 non-GMO seeds that have been picked for their capacity to be stored, germinate quickly, and grow in most climates.
The 32 varieties include:
- and more
Each pack has an average of 450 seeds, so you can easily replant what you've harvested.
The seeds are non-GMO and enriched with Vitamin A & C. Grown in North America's soil, this variety pack not only gives you the pleasure of growing your own food, but can also help during food shortages in disaster scenarios.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is included in the 15,000 Non Gmo Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Variety Pack By Open Seed Vault?
A: The pack includes a variety of 32 non-GMO heirloom vegetable seeds, totaling 15,000 seeds.
Q: What types of vegetables are included in the pack?
A: The pack includes various types of vegetables such as tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, lettuce, peppers, and more.
Q: Are these heirloom seeds genetically modified?
A: No, these seeds are non-GMO heirloom seeds, which means they have not been genetically modified in any way.
Q: Can these seeds be planted in any region?
A: While some crops may grow better in certain regions, these seeds have been selected to grow in a variety of climates and regions. Check the recommended planting times for best results.
Q: How long can these seeds last for?
A: These seeds are designed to have a long lifespan, and can last for up to 5 years when stored properly in cool and dry conditions.
Q: Can these seeds be used for commercial purposes?
A: Yes, these seeds can be used for personal or commercial use, as long as they are not used for any genetically modified purposes.