Grow an Heirloom Vegetable Garden with Ark Survival Seeds


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Anybody that knows me knows I love gardening. When I heard of Ark Survival Seeds I was intrigued but didn’t know exactly what they were.

What are Ark Survival Seeds?

 They are 100% USA, Heirloom Vegetable Garden Survival Seeds. They come with 30 Varieties With Over 7500+ High Quality Heirloom Seeds. They are NON GMO Organic and are NON Hybrid Seeds. All Seeds Are Proudly USA Sourced & Come with LIFETIME GUARANTEE & Bonus Survival Guide. Extended Life Breathable Paper Storage NOT Plastic!


Let’s face it, we never know when something may happen. It can be anything from weather related to even a loss of income. Food isn’t cheap and the low price of this package that contains 30 different packs of seeds is well worth it!


I was very impressed with the packaging, it’s made of breathable paper and not plastic. It has so many different seed varieties it will surely feed my large family of seven easily. I also like that they are all labeled with instructions. If I had to purchase each one of these packets It would cost way more than the price of the whole kit. Not to mention the quality of seeds that I have bought in the past do not compare to these better seeds.


I already have a full-blown garden but wanted to plant some seeds to see how well they grew. As you can see the radish seeds are doing very well. I can’t wait until they are ready to toss in my salad. =)

To learn more and purchase this same kit click HERE.

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  • Debra Holloway

    I am going to check out this company. I definitely need to get some good seeds. This years garden did not do well at all.

  • Rob

    I want to make a garden, but my condo is too small for that. Maybe, I will do this, once we move to a new house.

  • Natalie

    I keep telling the husband that we need to make a garden, but don’t know where to start, this would be a totally great place to start it looks like.

  • Anonymous

    Bonnie this sounds like a great company. I”ll have to check them out for next year.

  • Joanna Sormunen

    What a wonderful way to start a garden. It seems like the package has everything you need. And I love that it’s heirloom, GMO free!

  • Ashley Nicholas

    This is inspiring me to start my own garden! I can’t wait to see how your radishes develop!

  • jane

    my mother would love this she loves plants gardening plants and other related

  • Alysia

    I’ve seen so many gardening posts going up lately- makes me sad that I didn’t till our herb garden this year and just left it go.

  • Marielle Altenor

    I’ve always wanted to grow my own vegetable garden. I will have to try the Ark Survival seeds to once I get my own backyard.

  • Leira Pagaspas

    My sister will love this as she wants to start a vegetable garden and she will love this..

  • Christie

    I love the variety. I wish I had a green thumb!

  • Rebecca Swenor

    I love that the seeds are organic and non GMO. This sounds like something I would love to have and it would also make a great gift. Thanks for sharing.

  • tonygreene113 @ 113tidbits

    I would be too afraid to attempt to grow anything in the ground where I live.

  • Rosey

    Breathable paper instead of plastic, that is really cool. Gardening is fun. 🙂

  • FamiGami

    Sounds like a great way to start a huge garden! Thanks for sharing this brand!

  • Jhady

    Never heard of this before but the name sounds familiar to a biblical story. Anyway this is cool, there are many to choose from and they are non gmo. Perfect for summer, we will be doing a lot of gardening with my kids.

  • Elayna Fernandez ~ The Positive MOM

    We are planning to start our own garden, so I’m grateful for this information because it’s great timing! I love eating organic and even though I have a brown thumb, my husband is very good at it.

  • Geanine

    Never heard of this brand, thank you for sharing.

  • April Smith Decheine

    When I lived on the farm I grew only Heirloom and loved saving seeds to give to neighbors and friends. Still have them in envelopes for when I have a garden again.

  • Becka

    These are so cool! I would love to be able to grow a good garden! 🙂 And you are right these would be so helpful if something were to happen.

  • Maria Oller

    I really want to grow a garden but it is on hold until after the baby is here, for now ill stick to my herbs

  • jared’s mum

    i’ve been seeing a lot of posts about gardening + seeds, i think this is the universe’s way of telling to go start my own garden soon. i am just not sure i can pull it off as i do not think i am a green thumb! any tips?

  • Kath Rivera

    We don’t have survival seeds here in our country. This is a great idea, different kinds of vegetable seeds in one pack. I can plant different vegetables that will make up my mini garden because of ark survival seed.

  • Sharon

    My kids so love trying to garden, but our area in Phoenix doesn’t seem to grow much. Except cactus and orange trees 🙂

  • Michelle F.

    What an awesome way to garden with those seeds. I would love to have a garden someday.

  • Alyssa C

    I’m going to share this with my SIL.. She just started a vegetable garden and I bet she would love these seeds!

  • Mama to 5 BLessings

    This sounds amazing! I would so love to plant a garden!

  • Rach @ Eazy Peazy Mealz

    I love the idea of survival seeds. We planted a garden this year. It is my first time doing more than a salsa garden. I will have to get some of these heirloom seeds. Yum!

  • Emilee

    We currently live in an apartment, but looking at buying a home. Once we do, I fully plan on getting into gardening. This is awesome, thanks!

  • Ashley Nicole

    I might have to invest in this. You never know when a zombie apocalypse might occur.

  • Heather

    This is great. I love growing my own vegetables in my back yard. I want to expand our vegetable garden more next year. Last year we pulled out 17 new potatoes from one bulb! Couldn’t believe it. Right now we are growing bell peppers and tomatoes. I really enjoy growing our own food!

  • Dawn

    This is great! It takes all the guess work out of what to plant for your post apocalyptic survival!

  • Melissa Smith

    This really would be nice to have on hand for next year. I like to buy seeds rather than starter plants, but even the cost of those are going up & the quality is going down.

  • Gabby O’Brien

    I have always wanted to start a garden. It just doesn’t seem possible with an apartment like I have though. Maybe one day I will finally be able to have a big beautiful garden!

  • Laura (Lauras Little House Tips)

    What a great way to send seeds. I adore heirloom seeds and have such a hard time getting them in my area. Definitely asking for a catalog.Best of Luck with your radishes and other seeds.

  • HauteFrugalista

    SO COOL! Ive been wanting to grow some plants. Will check them out.
    Dee T

  • Jessica Peeling

    I had these seeds and I gave them to my mom for next year’s garden. She loves them!

  • Charity L.

    We have done a small garden every year but will have to check into these seeds. Thanks for the good article!

  • Angelic Sinova

    I’ve been wanting to grow my own garden (or just some flowers) for a while now but I’ve been worried about the time commitment/hard work. You’ve really made it seem easy and worth while. I think I’m finally going to start that garden soon! thanks for this post.

  • Touristmeetstraveler

    I haven’t even started my own garden yet, I wonder if I ever will this year.

  • Kathy

    Thanks for sharing this. Seems all kids enjoy learning how to grow food.

  • Erin S.

    I’ve not heard of this seed company. We love our organic heirloom seeds though. Yummy for our tummies!

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