Fruit Bucket of Preparedness Seeds

$49.99

  • Ideal for Growing Your Own Food
  • Great for Earthquakes, Natural Disasters and Emergencies
  • Perfect for Self-Sustaining Preparedness
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Description

This product will allow for the growing and cultivating of a variety of fruits, most of which are easy to care after and tend to. In today’s world of modern conveniences and the like, people often forget that providing one’s self with food is as simple as planting a garden in their back yard. Our Fruit Bucket of Preparedness Seeds gives you everything you need to create a self-sustaining, fruit-bearing garden without too much effort at all.

This product contains only non-hybrid seeds because only non-hybrid seeds will allow the fruit you grow to bear seeds themselves. This simple fact means that one purchase of fruit seeds will allow for seemingly a lifetime of food. So long as this product is stored in the appropriate conditions, it can last for many years.

If you have any questions about this or any of our other products, feel free to ask us via an email. This product and many of our others are ready and available to be shipped immediately. Creating a self-sustaining garden may seem like a thing of the past, but you can never truly know when disaster or other perilous scenarios will force you to provide food for yourself.

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What's Included

  • Melon Canary, Yellow – 353 Seeds
  • Melon Casaba, Golden Beauty – 353 Seeds
  • Melon, Crenshaw – 265 Seeds
  • Melon Honeydew, Green Flesh – 353 Seeds
  • Pumpkin, Sugar Pie – 71 Seeds
  • Pumpkin, Jack O’ Lantern – 71 Seeds
  • Strawberry, Temptation – 50 Seeds
  • Watermelon, Crimson Sweet – 263 Seeds
  • Watermelon, Sugar Baby – 217 Seeds

Product Highlights:

  • 9 seed packets sealed in a Mini-Ropak Bucket.
  • Contains enough seed to eat in a season with enough left over to can your own jams.
  • 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.
  • Packets are re-sealable for lasting protection.