Emergency Seed Bank

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  • 23 Varieties
  • 100% Heirloom & 100% NON-GMO
  • 37,000 Seeds (1.4 lbs.)
  • High-seed Germination 10 years
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100% Non-Hybrid and 100% Non-GMO

These seeds are so hard to find because they are grown by small independent farmers, not huge corporate seed companies.

Provide Your Own Food

Whether food is plentiful or when it becomes scarce in a crisis, provident living means providing for your own with the resources available to you. Having the right quality of seeds is crucial! Our Emergency Seedbanks consist of open-pollinated, heirloom seeds which are 100% Non-hybrid & 100% Non-GMO.

Open-Pollinated – traditional varieties, grown and selected for their desirable traits. They grow well under the most basic conditions: mineral/nutrient-rich soil, air, sunlight, water, protection from harsh exposure, space. These seeds adapt to the local ecosystem, as opposed to modern hybrids, which are static. Open pollinated seeds have been pollinated by the same population of plants.

Heirloom – has been saved from the same open pollinated plant variety for several years. This crop’s generation will have similar characteristics to the original plants.

100% Non-hybrid – because these seeds are open-pollinated and heirloom, their offspring will continue true to original characteristics.

100% Non-GMO – these are free from Genetic Modification.

All of the seeds are dried to the optimum moisture content, between 5-8%, which “locks in” hardiness and maintains an extremely long storage life (up to10 years @ cool/dry/dark storage).

Enough seeds to plant a 1-acre Victory Garden

You can re-use the bag with future seed harvests. If you freeze the seeds, you can keep them effective for up to decades. Each individual seed pack is labeled with the purity date, germination date and weight of seeds. Next, our seeds are packaged in a water-resistant airtight container, made in the USA. We believe that this type of storage container is the absolute best way to store seeds for the long term.

Hope for the best, but plan for the worst…Be Prepared!

Your Emergency Seedbank enables you to plant your very own 1-acre Victory garden year after year regardless of the economic conditions. It's guaranteed to stay on guard against any food shortage for the next 10 years, and is capable of producing a virtually unlimited amount of food for years to come.

Designed specifically for an emergency growing situation. Emergency Seed Bank combines the best types of survival seeds with superior packaging into a product you can depend on.

Buy once, use as many times as you need. Emergency Seed Bank includes only non-hybrid seeds, which means that every year your crisis garden will produce seeds you can use next year.

All-natural. Free from genetic modification, these seeds are just as pure as they possibly can be.

Hard to find. One package combines a variety of seeds, all of which are produced by small, independent farmers, and are among the hardest ones to get.

Your garden will flourish in any region within the U.S. Your Emergency Seed Bank will grow in any of the 11 climate zones across the country.

High seed germination rate is guaranteed for 10 years.


23 varieties of highest yielding crops. Some 37,000 seeds total – enough to plant 1-acre victory garden.

Non-Hybrid Beet

Beet: Detroit Dark Red: 1350 Seeds

Detroit Dark Red Beets have a robust flavor and an intense crimson color with no white streaks or rings. The beets are sweet and smooth-tasting with glossy tops. Grows 13-16 inches tall.

Non-Hybrid Pole Beans

Bean: Kentucky Wonder Pole: 580 seeds

Silvery green with 8 inch pods; is an excellent snap bean. A favorite of home gardeners for years, can be planted just about anywhere because of it's fast maturity rate. Beans can be planted every two weeks to control harvest.

Non-Hybrid Broccoli

Broccoli: Waltham 29: 950 Seeds

Favorite broccoli variety of many home gardeners because of its exceptional yields and flavor. Dark green flowers with crunchy stalks.

Non-Hybrid Cabbage

Cabbage: Golden Acre: 3100 Seeds

Early round head, easily grown. Heads are 6-7 inches in diameter, with compact plants 12 inches high. Great in salads, has firm green leaves. Works well in short growing seasons.

Non-Hybrid Carrot

Carrot: Scarlet Nantes: 10330 Seeds

Sweet and tender with cylindrical shape and blunt-tip with bright orange-red color throughout. Very popular variety of carrot for eating fresh or cooked. About 68 days till maturity

Non-Hybrid Corn

Corn: Golden Bantam: 675 Seeds

Golden Bantam yellow sweet corn has been the home gardeners favorite since the beginning of the 20th century. Grows about six feet tall and each produces seven inch ears of corn. Grow 6-7 feet tall.

Non-Hybrid Cucumber

Cucumber: Marketmore: 460 Seeds

Great cutting cucumber, with long straight fruit. Non-Hybrid Marketmore cucumbers grow up to 9 inches long, and have very few cucumber spines.

Non-Hybrid Leaf Lettuce

Lettuce, Leaf: Black Seeded Simpson: 3000 Seeds

Prized for in home gardens for it's fast growth and sweet taste. The leafs are ready to harvest in less than six weeks.

Non-Hybrid Romaine Lettuce

Lettuce, Romaine: Parris Island: 3000 Seeds

A nice romaine lettuce with tight, medium sized, upright heads. Excellent deep-green color and fine flavor. Midribs are crunchy and juicy. Romaine lettuces are among the most nutritious of all lettuces.

Non-Hybrid Cantaloupe

Melon, Cantaloupe: Hales Jumbo: 250 Seeds

Expect a great harvest every time you plant one of these wonderful melons. They have a solid rich flavor, and are a favorite heirloom Cantaloupe.

Non-Hybrid Yellow Onion

Onion, Yellow: Utah Sweet Spanish: 4200 Seeds

The Utah Sweet Spanish Onion is a very sweet onion that begins to develop in the long days of summer. It has a nice yellow flesh, and grows 2-3 inch bulbs. Can be stored all year long if kept dry and cool.

Non-Hybrid Parsnip

Parsnip: Harris Model: 1250 Seeds

High quality seed, produces fine white fleshed parsnips. Prepare similar to sweet potatoes. Plant early.

Non-Hybrid Pea

Pea: Lincoln: 640 Seeds

High quality seed, with 6-9 peas per pod. Resists wilt, but prefers cool spring and fall temperatures.

Non-Hybrid Pepper, Jalapeno

Pepper, Hot: Jalapeno: 1500 Seeds

A favorite hot pepper. Great for salsa's. Thick long fruit, with a smooth green-red skin. Hotter when green, then slightly cooler when red.

Non-Hybrid Pepper, Yolo Sweet

Pepper, Sweet: Yolo Wonder: 1250 Seeds

A compact plant producing dark-green, glossy sweet peppers. Firm flesh is meaty and thick. The sturdy plants are disease resistant to Tobacco Mosaic Virus. This variety is similar to California Wonder.

Non-Hybrid Radish

Radish: Champion: 1420 Seeds

A great Radish for short seasons. The Champion is a bright, red, crisp round radish that has large tops. It works well as an early or late planting in longer summers.

Non-Hybrid Spinach

Spinach: Bloomsdale Longstanding: 800 Seeds

Introduced near the turn of the century, valued for it's high yield. It provides a continuous yield, of thick, crinkled, glossy dark leaves. Matures fast, usually can provide two crops a year.

Non-Hybrid Squash, Pink Banana

Squash, Winter: Pink Banana Jumbo: 45 Seeds

Yellow for most of the growing season, the pink squash goes pink as it becomes larger. Keeps well and has high yields.

Non-Hybrid Squash, Waltham Butternut

Squash, Winter: Waltham Butternut: 260 Seeds

Exceptional yield, great flavor. Fast Growing. Grows 9-10 in, and weighs 3-4 lbs. Great for baking, is dry, solid orange flesh. Harvest when skins can't be pierced with a fingernail.

Non-Hybrid Swiss Chard, Lucullus

Swiss Chard: Lucullus: 870 Seeds

Named after a Roman General, this variety is a good source of greens for much of the growing season. May winter over in mild winters or greenhouses. Pale green leaves that are heavily crumpled.

Non-Hybrid Tomato, Rutgers

Tomato: Rutgers: 1750 Seeds

Introduced in 1934, a favorite among commercial and home gardeners. The Rutgers is prized for it's high yields, and consistent mild flavor. No longer commercially grown, it remains a favorite with home gardeners.

Non-Hybrid Watermelon

Watermelon: Crimson Sweet: 185 Seeds

Fruit averages 25 lbs. and has dark green stripes. Flesh is dark red and sweet, with a firm even texture. A perfect watermelon.

Non-Hybrid Zucchini

Zucchini: Black Beauty: 130 seeds

Bush type plant with high yield. Straight dark zucchini squash will grow 8 inches long. Works well in smaller gardens.

4 reviews for Emergency Seed Bank

  1. Juan Major

    I love the peace of mind having my own store of seeds is to me. I have one to hone my gardening skills and another for my SHTF storage.

  2. Rosie Cooper

    Could you please show us WHAT seeds…what vegetables we can grow…with the Emergency Seed Bank Set? Thank You

    • David

      Thanks for the question Rosie. Please visit our product page here: and be sure to click the tab that says “Includes” in the Description Box below the product on the Emergency Seedbank Product page.


  3. David

    The one thing that is always missing from these “Survival Seed Packs” is the needed information for growing them correctly. PH is extremely important and some plants like acid and some don’t. Know how and where to grow your plants will greatly benefit the yield. What compost should be used to grow this and that. How to check soil without chemicals. There is much more to growing plants than sticking seeds in the ground. I had my green house burned down by a psychopath and in it I had a book that explained in great detail how to grow each type of plant you could imagine. The favorable soil type, the PH needed, what fertilizer to use…..Can you suggest something to that nature.

    • David

      Thanks for the question & comment, David. The Emergency Seedbank does come with a Seed Growing Guide, although it is not explicit to everyone’s growing conditions. I recommend you consider reaching out to your local University’s Extension Department as they usually have EXCELLENT resources specific to your area.

      Hope that helps!


  4. pat (verified owner)

    I am getting ready to purchase. My hope is the 10 year shelf life holds true.

    I don’t understand hybrid vs non-hybrid, but will learn about the difference. I need to understand harvesting seeds?

    I am like Juan, I have enjoyed being a casual vegetable gardener. My Wife and all the family, friends have enjoyed the various harvests. However, like Juan stated, “when the SHTF” it’s time to get really serious.

    I hope this purchase is part of the learning experience.

    Thank you for your product!

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