The Preparedness Seeds Culinary Herb Bucket provides something special for your food storage plan. Each bucket contains 10 popular culinary herb varieties that will produce enough herbs to spice up your food storage meals in hard times!
The Preparedness Seeds Everlasting Garden Vegetable Bucket provides a Missing link in your food storage plan. Each Mini-Ropak Bucket contains 16 popular varieties that will plant nearly 3/4 acre of garden!
The Preparedness Seeds Medicinal Herbs garden bucket has been designed to help people meet their health needs in hard times when the family garden may well become our only resource for home remedies.Each Mini-Ropak Bucket contains 10 medicinal herb seed varieties which have been packaged for long term storage.
The Preparedness Seeds Salsa Bucket provides a Missing link in your food storage plan. In hard times, it is important to have something on hand besides wheat, beans and rice. By storing away enough seed to plant a large salsa garden, you will be able to spice up your food storage for years to come.
The Preparedness Seeds Fruit Bucket provides a vital component for your food storage plan. Each Mini-Ropak Bucket contains 9 garden fruit varieties designed to help you stay sane in hard times. While it is important to store the basics in preparation for true want, wheat and freeze dried foods can get old quickly, especially for children.
Why settle for 1 or 2 buckets of Preparedness Seeds when you have have the whole "Garden."This package contains all 5 buckets of seeds.With these buckets you will have all of the seeds you need to remain completely self-sufficient.
WHO NEEDS A SURVIVAL GARDEN?
The answer to this is quite simple: anyone who eats. During a time of crisis, there may be assistance available (eventually) that can provide some basic food items such as rice or beans. The type of food that will be the hardest to come by will be fresh fruit and vegetables. Obviously, you need a good supply of grains, fruits and vegetables in order to eat the best possible diet. During the winter months freezed dried foods will provide these needs. But by having a survival garden as part of your emergency preparedness, you will be able to provide your family with fresh produce without having to rely on help from outside sources.
Of course, one option is to try and build a food stockpile of freezed dried foods and possibly store bought foods that will last your family for a while. This is a good idea for a short period of time, but if you have a survival vegetable garden, then you will have an ongoing source of food.
Another benefit is that the food that you grow, gather and can yourself will be much healthier than store bought canned goods. That is because you start with non-hybrid seeds free of chemicals then you can control the amount of salt that is used in canning and you will not have to worry about additives. Also, if you can find store bought food, you don’t know how long the produce lingered before being canned. The longer the food sits on a shelf, the less nutritional value it will give to those who consume it.
A survival garden is one way to make sure that your family will be cared for during various types of emergency situations. If you start your garden now, you can eat some of each harvest, and store some for emergencies and gather seeds for next years planting.
One of the biggest mistakes that many people make when it comes to survival gardens and other types of emergency preparedness is that they procrastinate. Some think that a disaster will never touch their lives. Others know that it is possible, but are pretty sure it won’t happen tomorrow. Therefore, they put off taking the steps that could potentially be the difference between life and death. The time to start your emergency preparedness planning is TODAY. Start today and before you know it, you will have built an emergency stockpile and plan that can help your family survive.