Giveaway: Survival Seed Vault

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Win a Survival Seed Vault from @learning and yearning

Three Winners!

Can’t you just feel it in the air? Gardening time will be here before we know it. And that’s why I’ve joined together with a few of my favorite bloggers to give away three of these Survival Seed Vaults.

  • Survival Garden Seeds Hermetically Stored For Greater Shelf Life
  • Heirloom Survival Seeds Are Open Pollinated & 100% Non-GMO
  • Survival Seeds May Be Planted, Harvested, and Replanted Endlessly
  • Manufacturer Has Signed Safe Seed Pledge
  • Waterproof Emergency Seed Supply

Three Easy Steps to Enter

1. Subscribe to receive email updates from learning and yearning:

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You are free to unsubscribe at any time after this giveaway has ended. I will not share your email address with a third party. 

(If you’re already a subscriber, just continue to step 2.  You will confirm you subscription in the rafflecopter widget below.)

2.  Click here to check out the Survival Seed Vault and leave a blog comment letting me know which of the 20 seed varieties YOU would be most excited to grow!

3.  Head on down to the Rafflecopter widget below to confirm your entries and unlock opportunities to gain additional entries.

Be sure to visit the other blogs co-hosting this giveaway!

Five Little Homesteaders
Blue Yurt Farms
Faulk Farmstead
This Original Organic Life
Earthworms and Marmalade
Homestead Honey
The Jahner Farmstead
Green Eggs and Goats
The Toups Address
The Farmstead
Little Homestead on the Range
The Randazzo’s

Three winners will be chosen via This giveaway ends at 12:00 AM on Tuesday, February 18th, 2014. The winners will be contacted by email, and each will have 48 hours to respond with his/her full name, address, and phone number. There is no purchase necessary to win. This giveaway is open to US and Canadian residents!

Happy Gardening!

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  1. Kelly says

    This is such an amazing give away! We finally live on a lot that has a decent outdoor space and this seed vault would help us start our forever garden. So excited about all of the varieties, but I love the crimson red watermelon!!

  2. Mellody says

    I would love to try these seeds. I especially like to grow Rutgers tomatoes, but I am eager to try all the new varities offered in this seed vault.

  3. Tiffany says

    I’d be excited to try and grow the melons! Last year our garden was full of corn, green beans, peas, cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, carrots, lettuce, and zucchini, but not melons;)

  4. Cami says

    Broccoli! I love broccoli and this is what I would be most excited about! My husband said to me a few days ago that he would plant broccoli in our garden this year.

  5. Dulci says

    Would love to try the Lincoln Shell Pea and the Scarlet Nantes Carrot. We’ve been cycling through a few types trying to find the ones that do best in our area. Last year went pretty well, but if I can find more that work well I may just need to add some more garden space. ^_^

  6. Ann Goodliff says

    Waltham butternut winter squash – sounds yummy!. I would like to give all of them a try, though.
    So happy to see the competition is open to Canadians too.
    Love your site!

  7. Margaret says

    Spinach, chard, onions, tomatoes, peppers… oh, my! There are so many great seeds included. Would look forward to planting any of them!!

  8. says

    That is a large amount of seed.I am familiar with about half the varieties that I grow myself every year,hard to find only one favorite.OK,I will choose Blue Lake Beans.

  9. Katherine says

    Ooooo what a juicy selection, I want to grow them all, each with a perfectly selected harmonious space that respects the whole synergistic ecosystem. But if I had to choose, it would have to be the Scarlet Carrots for me, the Crimson Watermelons for the wee ones, and the Blue Acre Bean for the bees =)

  10. Teresa Palmer says

    I can taste the Beefsteak tomatoes right now. I would love to be able to grow them just like my Mom did when I was growing up!

  11. Mary says

    Tomatoes, beets and spinach first and then zucchini, watermelon, cucs, butternut squash and green beans. I love all veggies.

  12. Liz A says

    That Waltham Butternut Winter Squash sounds lovely. Especially right now, in the midst of winter, when I’d love to have a steaming bowl of homegrown butternut squash soup to enjoy!

  13. Kaye Glasson says

    As I am a newbie at all of this any of them would be wonderful! I especially love tomatoes..
    thank you for this wonderful competion :)

  14. Pam says

    I would try this one! Organic Heirloom Survival Seed… as we garden Organically at 8000 feet. Last year I experimented with 3 kinds of corn to see what would grow best at our altitude. I also do companion planting! LOVE your Survival Seeds. Can’t wait to get “growing” this spring!
    Hope you are having a beautiful day!

  15. Dana (Brittain) Foster says

    Hey Susan! I tried to subscribe to your email but it wouldn’t go through! I still remember picking beets out of your garden as a little girl! :)

    • Susan says

      Hi Dana!!! That’s strange. Try entering your address in the form near the top right of the page rather than the form in this post. Hope that works.

  16. Deanna says

    I’d be most excited to grow the Lincoln Shell Pea, but my husband would be most excited about the Hales Best Cantaloupe.

  17. Aušra says

    Carrots and kale and melons, oh my!! Even just a small handful of these gifts would be amazing! Teaching our son about growing our own food and how to care for ourselves has become paramount.
    What a wondrous win this would be!! Thank you!!

  18. Michelle Kinsley says

    I would love the zucchini and the spinach the very most, we have bearded dragons that need the spinach so we have to think of their survival too :-)

  19. LindaW says

    Lots of good stuff to grow there. Think I’d be most excited about the Crimson Sweet Watermelon. Ah… Dreams of summer!

  20. Danielle says

    This is a great giveaway!! Just in time for indoor starting!!! We are so excited for this spring, we are extending the garden to include area for a “chicken-garden”!!! Will really help out with the feed$$!! Always on the lookout for different tomato varieties and peppers. We put a lot “up”from what we grow, while eating from the garden during the summer…Thank you for this opportunity!! Awesome!!-Danielle

  21. Sara Mandal-Joy says

    I think I’m most interested in trying the Snowball Self-blanching Cauliflower – haven’t tried that variety before. Sara Joy

  22. Lora Branam says

    The Golden Acre Cabbage would be my favorite thing to try! My hubby has discouraged me from trying to grow cabbages since here in the deep south they have several pest. So excited y’all are doing this give away! Thank you! Thank you!

  23. Barbara Ross says

    I know the contest has ended and congrats to the winners! Personally, I’d love to have a successful crop of corn and carrots! I tried an heirloom collection of seeds last year. Sadly, the two crops of corn I planted both ended up with short ear syndrome and my carrots apparently did not like where I planted them!

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