Thirty-four readers left comments between February 12th and noon Central Time on February 20th. The random number generator chose 23. The twenty-third person to comment (not counting my own comment) was Mike. I’ve contacted him, and he’ll soon receive his prize.
Congratulations, Mike, and my sincerest thanks to all who entered. It’s been great reading all of your comments.
Tomatoes are ever popular, of course. We have plenty of innovative gardeners in our midst, too. I envy those of you in warmer climates than mine in the middle of Missouri.
I wish I could give everyone a prize. But for now let me give you info about Hometown Seeds and the Emergency Survival Seeds they offer. You get a lot for a good price.
By the way, I don’t make anything from your purchases at Hometown Seeds, but if you let them know you heard about them from DestinySurvival, perhaps they’ll offer another seed package as a contest prize in the future.
The Emergency Survival Seeds
- Over 22,000 non-GMO, premium quality seeds
- 16 Easy To Grow Non-Hybrid Varieties
- Enough seeds to plant 3/4 of an acre
- Non-Hybrid Survival Seeds produce true to variety seeds to replant for future harvests
- Resealable Triple-Layered Mylar: The gold standard in seed packaging
- An in-depth instruction booklet and e-book on sowing and saving seeds–a $19.99 value
- Optimum water content to increase storage life
- Double water tight packaging
- 5 year minimum shelf life–up to 20 plus
- Confidence your family will have food during a crisis
- Lincoln Peas
- Detroit Dark Red Beets
- Provider Bush Bean
- Yolo Wonder Pepper
- Champion Radish
- Lucullus Swiss Chard
- Black Beauty Zucchini
- Waltham Butternut Winter Squash
- Bloomsdale Longstanding Spinach
- Imperator Carrots
- Long Green Improved Cucumber
- Rutgers Tomato
- Golden Acre Cabbage
- Romaine Paris Island Cos Lettuce
- Golden Bantam Sweet Corn
- Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion
The literature accompanying your seed package tells you exactly what varieties you get and gives gardening and seed saving tips about each variety. This is information you’ll want to keep with your seed package if possible. I’d recommend putting both the package and printed info in a bag of your choice for storage to keep them together.
Make sure you and your family have the garden seeds you need in times of shortage or crisis. To find out more about the Emergency Survival Seeds package, click on its name anywhere in this post. To go to the Hometown Seeds home page, click on the banner below.
Happy survival gardening!