All-in-One Fall/Winter Seed Bank

Title: Fall/Winter Seed Bank
Sale price$89.99


Grow Your Own Food During the Cooler Months

The Fall/Winter Harvest Seed Bank includes a collection of all the seeds you need to grow your favorite fall and winter crops. These seeds thrive in cold weather and are extremely hardy.  You will be able to grow your own brussels sprouts, carrots, kale, broccoli, turnips, swiss chards and so much more. With over 20 popular varieties included, this seed bank is your #1 seed bank of choice for seeds that thrive in cooler temps.

What's Included?

  • 20 different seed varieties (individually packaged) 
    scroll down the page to see all 

  • Over 6,500 seeds in total 
    all seeds can be saved for multiple planting seasons

  • 25 seed starting soil pellets 
    start your seeds indoors!

  • Seeds are individually packaged and labeled in resealable bags and then secured in a Mylar bag
    provides two layers of protection from moisture and light

1. Bean - Jade (appx. 200 seeds)     

The Jade Bush Bean produces long and tender 7" long dark green beans. Easy to grow and matures quickly.  Can tolerate high temperatures. Very sweet and tender - one of the best tasting bush beans! High in vitamins A, B and C.
2. Broccoli - Calabrese (appx. 575 seeds)

This popular broccoli variety produces a short, 24 inch plant with medium-large heads. Withstands cold well. Best used for a fall crop. Extremely flavorful heads of broccoli. ‘Calabrese’ is an old Italian heirloom variety that sprouts side shoots that will mature for harvesting. 
3. Brussels Sprouts - Long Island Catskill (appx. 1,000 seeds)

Brussels Sprouts are high in calcium and iron, as well as a good source of vitamins A and C. This popular Brussels Sprout variety produces miniature cabbage-like heads which are extremely tasty and nutritious.
4. Beet - Early Wonder (appx. 1,000 seeds)

Early, round, smooth-skinned beets are exceptionally tender. Day to Maturity | 50 days. Beets are hardy and may be sown as soon as the ground can be worked. Sow seed 1/2 inch deep in rows 12-18 inches apart.
5. Cabbage - All Season (appx. 850 seeds)

These seeds produces very flavorful heads of cabbage. Very reliable variety. It is best known as one of the earliest and best cabbages on the market! Suitable for spring, summer, and fall crops.
6. Cauliflower - All Year Round (appx. 300 seeds)

This Cauliflower variety produces large white heads and surrounded by dark green leaves.  Continues to grow much longer than other cauliflower varieties.  Suitable for successional sowing all year round!
    7. Carrot - Chantenay, 5" Long (Appx. 2,700 seeds)

    The Little Finger variety is very early carrot that grows 4 inch cylindrical roots. Tender, sweet midget variety can be densely planted. Grows well in small spaces and containers.  Carrots are also rich in dietary fibers, antioxidants, and minerals.
    8. Carrot - Autumn King (appx. 3,200 seeds)

    The Autumn King variety is one of the best main crop varieties with a consistent deep red color.  One of the largest of carrots! Grows to around 10 to 12 inches long. This favorite of home gardeners can be grown as a main crop or late variety.  Resists splitting and stores well when left in the ground.  Great variety for storing. Carrots are also rich in dietary fibers, antioxidants, and minerals. 

    9. Collard - Georgia Southern (appx. 1,200 seeds)

    This is the traditional Collard Green variety popularly grown in the south. These plants produce large yields of dark blue-green cabbage-like leaves. Tolerates heat, humidity, cold and poor soil conditions.

    10. Kale - Premier (appx. 120 seeds)

    Extremely flavorful Kale variety.  This variety will stay in the ground 3-4 weeks longer than other Kale varieties.  Excellent variety for a Fall and Winter harvest!
    11. Lettuce - All-Year Round (appx. 1,000 seeds)

    As its name suggests, this is a lettuce that can be gown throughout the entire year, though it will require protection with a cloche or cold frame in the cooler months.  The 'All Year Round' lettuce is a classic Butterhead lettuce, with medium sized loosely formed heads and soft, buttery-textured green leaves.
    12. Lettuce - Gourmet/Mesclun Mix (appx. 1,300 seeds)

    A mixture of favorite lettuce seed varieties from across the spectrum of lettuce types.  - Plant heavy and start harvest early for young for baby greens then allow some to grow on for plenty of variety for salads. Perfect for small spaces and containers. A great way to get a lot out of little space.
    13. Lettuce - Salad Bowl, Green (appx. 600 seeds)

    The Green Salad Bowl Mix is a really easy-to-grow lettuce variety. Extremely flavorful leafs Continues to grow as picked. As outer leaves are picked, inner leaves keep growing. Excellent addition for salads and garnishes.
    14. Mustard - Tendergreen (appx. 1,400 seeds)

    A traditional Southern favorite. Plant produces good yields of green mustard leaves. Excellent flavor! Easy to grow!
    15. Radish - Champion (appx. 120 seeds)

    AAS - All-America Selections Winner! The Champion Radish plant produces large and extremely tasty red cherry radishes. They measure about the size of a silver dollar and have bright red solid skin. Only 25-30 days to maturity. One of the most popular and easiest radishes you can grow anywhere!
    16. Radish - White Icicle (Appx. 120 seeds)

    Recommended by USU.  Slender tapered root is 4 to 5 inches long with crisp, mild, white flesh. Matures quickly and can be planted close together for a dense harvest. Radishes are rich in ascorbic acid, folic acid, and potassium. They are a good source of vitamin B6, riboflavin, magnesium, copper, and calcium. One cup of sliced red radish bulbs provides approximately 20 calories, largely from carbohydrates. 
    17. Bean - Kentucky Wonder Brown (appx. 120 seeds)

    The Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean is one of the oldest and most widely used bean varieties ever grown. Produces bright green, 8" stringless pods. Extremely flavorful and full of flavorful brown seeds. Climbs freely on a vine and produces quickly. Will continue to grow until frost.
    18. Swiss Chard - Hot Pink (Appx. 100 seeds)

    The Pink Swiss Chard produces excellent yields of dark green shiny leaves with magenta/hot pink stalks and veins. Excellent for salads, juicing, and/or steamed with others greens. Extremely healthy. Easy to grow.

    19. Swiss Chard - Orange (Appx. 150 seeds)

    The Orange Swiss Chard is a popular plant that produces some of the most amazing looking swiss chard leaves in a bright shade of orange. Perfect for salads or steamed green. One of this years most popular varieties to grow. Extremely healthy. Easy to grow.

      20. Turnip - Purple Top White Globe (Appx. 1,000 seeds)

      Smooth round roots, 4 to 6 inches across are purple on top and white below. Flesh is white, mild, and crisp. Stores well. Extremely healthy and nutritious.

      What is a Seed Bank?

      The answer is simple: a seed bank is your very own supply of open-pollinated, non-hybridized, NON-GMO seeds to be kept on hand in the case of an emergency or the unavailability of seeds.

      There are many reasons to invest in a seed bank. Whether the market has changed or famine and war have changed the way we get access to seeds, these banks represent a secure way to begin planting quality foods.

      All our seeds offer you the chance to replant the seeds after a successful harvest, making your investment in food one of the best values you will find. All of our seeds will produce organic produce when properly cared for.

      While we remain optimistic about the future, we feel it is best to control your own food supply and live a healthier lifestyle with the best non-hybrid, non GMO seeds available today!

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